(yè) business; occupation; study; estate; property

业主 (w)

(yèzhǔ) owner; proprietor

业务 (w)

(yèwù) business; professional work; service; CL:項|项[xiang4]

业务模式 (w)

(yèwùmóshì) business model

业务素质 (w)

(yèwùsùzhì) professional quality (in ideological education)

业务过失 (w)

(yèwùguòshī) professional negligence

业大 (w)

(yèdà) part-time college (abbr. for 業余大學|业余大学)

业已 (w)

(yèyǐ) already

业师 (w)

(yèshī) teacher; one's teacher

业态 (w)

(yètài) (retail industry) format

业根 (w)

(yègēn) the root cause (of evil); bane (Buddhism)

业海 (w)

(yèhǎi) sea of evil; endless crime

业界 (w)

(yèjiè) industry

业界标准 (w)

(yèjièbiāozhǔn) industry standard

业精于勤 (w)

(yèjīngyúqín) mastery of study lies in diligence (idiom). You can only master a subject by assiduous study.; Excellence in work is only possible with diligence.; Practice makes perfect.

业经 (w)

(yèjīng) already

业绩 (w)

(yèjì) performance; track record; outstanding achievement; great feat; yield (of investment); growth; performance (i.e. company profits); sales

业者 (w)

(yèzhě) dealer; trader; person engaged in some industry or trade

业荒于嬉 (w)

(yèhuāngyúxī) to be distracted from one’s work and fail to achieve results (idiom)

业障 (w)

(yèzhàng) retribution (for sins of a previous incarnation); evil creature (preventing a Buddhist monk from progressing to enlightenment); vile spawn; filthy lucre (i.e. money); fig. term of abuse for younger generation

业余 (w)

(yèyú) spare time; amateur; extra-curricular

业余大学 (w)

(yèyúdàxué) college for people who attend after work (lit.: spare-time college)

业余爱好者 (w)

(yèyúàihǎozhě) hobbyist; amateur

业余教育 (w)

(yèyújiàoyù) spare-time education; evening classes

业余者 (w)

(yèyúzhě) amateur

业龙 (w)

(yèlóng) evil dragon