Incorrect spelling, explaination: the correct form, business, is a combination of the work busy (working, occupied) with noun suffix -ness. We don’t need to add an extra s.
Correct spelling, explaination: to create a noun from the adjective we add a suffix -ness to it: busy + -ness.
Definition of business:
1. noun, an occupation/working
Mary’s business is fashion designing.
My father is often away on business.
2. noun, an economic or industrial activity, for example a company
He has started a new business recently. He is going to plan weddings.
Idioms and phrases with business:
→ get down to business, to start working, usually on a serious matters; to focus on what needs to be done: Let’s get down to business and decide on the price.
→ have no business, to have no right to do something because it doesn’t involve you in any way: I have no business coming to his house.
→ mind one’s own business, to not interfere in the affairs of other people: She loves gossiping; She really should mind her own business!
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