Strong's Concordance, Greek Dictionary
Occupy, to busy oneself with, i.e., to trade
Greek: πραγματεύομαι, pragmateuomai (G4231)
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Strong's Number: G4231
Greek Base Word: πραγματεύομαι
Definition: To busy oneself with, i.e., to trade.
- To be occupied in anything.
- To carry on a business.
- To carry on the business of a banker or a trader.
Derived terms: From G4229.
- Biblical International Phonetic Alphabet: prɑɣ.mɑˈtɛβ.o.mɛ
- Modern International Phonetic Alphabet: prɑɣ.mɑˈtev.ow.me
- Transliteration: pragmateuomai
- Biblical Pronunciation: prahg-ma-TEV-oh-meh
- Modern Pronunciation: prahg-ma-TAVE-oh-may
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