[ UK /ˌɒntɹɪpɹɪnjˈuːɹɪəl/ ]
[ US /ˌɑntɹəpɹəˈnɝiəɫ/ ]
  1. willing to take risks in order to make a profit
  2. of or relating to an entrepreneur
    entrepreneurial risks
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How To Use entrepreneurial In A Sentence

  • It came in a week when Scottish businessmen were making waves in a number of areas in which Scotland is supposed to be no good: entrepreneurialism, flotation and building global businesses overseas.
  • We have grasped, perhaps more than any other nation, that there is a long-run cost to dependency on the state, including an aversion to risk that eventually enervates the entrepreneurial spirit necessary for innovation and prosperity. Beware of the Big-Government Tipping Point
  • You need a lot of tenacity and entrepreneurial skill and the ability to network with a lot of different people. Times, Sunday Times
  • The term implies sacrifice or taking less than what could be earned in the private sector or in an entrepreneurial position. MarketWatch.com - Top Stories
  • Like many financial advisers, he has a strong entrepreneurial streak and pursues his ideas with the eye-popping zeal of a convert to a new religion.
  • The experience brought out his entrepreneurial flair. Times, Sunday Times
  • Friday's demonstration had a joyful and entrepreneurial air, with face-painters emblazoning the Egyptian flag on takers young and old, carts with fresh popcorn, and women offering hard-boiled eggs and koshary, the national dish of lentils, rice and pasta topped with a spicy tomato sauce. A month after revolt, Egyptians march to protect their victory as neighbors demand freedom, too
  • Third, a new wave of imaginative, entrepreneurial and market-driven alternative providers of legal service are vital to the mix. Times, Sunday Times
  • Conditions would become more conducive to entrepreneurial initiative, capital accumulation, the division of labour, technological innovation, and industrialization.
  • The entrepreneurial spirit and social innovation fostered by a market economy has benefited many, and should not be overly encumbered by stifling regulations.
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