b-school ( business school ) (n) a college or a department of auniversity providing business courses to students 商学院
【例】He graduated from a top-ten b-school in US.
budget (n.) plan of forecast income and expenditure 收支预算
【例】Generally a functional budget is draw up for eachfunctional area within an organization.
bulk 1. (n.) large quantity(of goods) 大量
2.(adj.)大量的 We can offer you a discount for bulk purchase.
bulk carrier (n) a ship designed to carry bulk goods 散货船
【例】Due to the on-going strike , our goods can only be delivered by bulk carrier.
bull market (n.) period when share prices are rising 牛市(行情看涨的市场)
【例】She sold all her bonds in bull market.
bull position (n) a situation in which a dealer keeps hold of a particular stock or share because heexpects a rise in price 多头
【例】in a bull position
bust (adj inf) bankrupt 破产的
【例】The firm went bust.
buyout (n.)the purchase of a company or business 购买下
【例】If the workers do approve the buyout, their company will become the nation's largestemployee-owned enterprise.
buy up (v)to buy all or nearly all of what is available of something 尽可能买断
【例】In order to benchmark their products, they bought up all lines of their rivals.
buyer’s market (n) a situation where certain products are in plentiful supply, resulting in low priceand good credit term for buyers 买方市场
【例】Too many entrants into this market created a buyer’s market in TVs.
by-product (n.) substance produced during the making of sth else 副产品
【例】Ammonia, coal tar and coke are all by-products obtained in the manufacture of the coalgas.
byte (n) a unit of computer information consisting of a number of bits or binary digits 字节
【例】The speed of download is about 1 m bytes per second.