bar code (n.) a series of lines printed on a product that can be read by a machine connected to a computer system to give a price or reference number 条形码
[例] The invent of bar code has greatly speeded up the economy of supermarkets
bargain 1. (v.) discuss in order to reach agreement on price conditions 讨价还价
[同义词] haggle, negotiate
2. (n.) item at a good (cheap) price 物美价廉的商品
[例] The cardigan is real a bargain for I just pay half of its previous price.
bargaining (n.) discussing in order to reach agreement 讨价还价
[例] The buyer and seller finally agreed to the price level after 2 hours’ bargaining.
barrister (n.) a person who is qualified to speak in a higher court of law 大律师
[例] He is a top barrister specializing in financing law.
[同义词] lawyer ,solicitor, bar, counsel
b/e (abbr.) bill of exchange 汇票
basic (adj.) minimum that can be expected; what everything else depends on 基本的
[例] Older workers will, of course, still be interested in basic pay.
[同义词] fundamental, essential, elementary,
batch (n.) group of items made at same time 一批
[例] This batch of goods will be delivered by UPS .
batch process (n.) production process based on converting a quantity of items at the same time 批处理
batch size (n.) number of items in a batch 批量
bear market (n.) period when share prices are falling 熊市
[例] Unfortunately, you confronted bear market.
beat (v.) win over (someone) in a fight 胜过
[例] We have beaten our competitors to be the first on the market.
[同义词] defeat, hit
behave (v.) act 举止
[例] You should behave yourself when attending such important banquet.
below-the-line (adj.) below-the-line advertising; advertising which is not paid for 页底的（广告）
[例] Below-the-line activities refers to sales promotion or marketing research which a marketing department buys directly.
benchmarking (n.) to measure (a rival's product) according to specified standards in order to compare it with and improve one's own product 比较和改进自己的产品
[例] Benchmarking has become one of the fashionable words in current management discussion.