1. operations

noun. ['ˌɑːpɝˈeɪʃənz'] financial transactions at a brokerage; having to do with the execution of trades and keeping customer records.


  • transaction
  • dealing
  • dealings


  • uptick

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Rhymes with Operations

  • telecommunications'
  • telecommunications
  • misrepresentations
  • mischaracterizations
  • recapitalizations
  • denationalizations
  • prognostications
  • miscalculations
  • hospitalizations
  • strangulations
  • representations
  • reorganizations
  • reconciliations
  • expropriations
  • diversifications
  • congratulations
  • characterizations
  • capitalizations
  • administrations'
  • administrations
  • administration's
  • transportation's
  • transformations
  • sterilizations
  • specifications
  • revaluations
  • renegotiations
  • rehabilitations
  • recriminations
  • recommendations

Sentences with operations

1. Noun, plural
The quality of your documents may lack some colors or the machine will just pause ink-based operations all together.

Quotes about operations

1. There is no reason to assume that the universe has the slightest interest in intelligence—or even in life. Both may be random accidental by-products of its operations like the beautiful patterns on a butterfly's wings. The insect would fly just as well without them.
- Arthur C. Clarke

2. Congress and state legislatures should not tell teachers how to teach, any more than they should tell surgeons how to perform operations.
- Diane Ravitch, The Death and Life of the Great American School System: How Testing and Choice Are Undermining Education