bring forward (v.) make earlier 提前
[例] We brought the launch date forward to June 1st.
bring up (v.) mention, introduce 提出
[例] The chairman brought up the question of holidays.
brochure (n.) publicity booklet giving information about a product or service（宣传产品的）小册子
[例] They asked for a brochure about our services.
[同义词] leaflet, pamphlet, booklet
broke(adj. inf) without/out of money 破产的，一文不名的
[例] He was broke until he won the lottery.
broker (n.) person who buys and sells shares/currency, etc.经纪人
[例] That firm is acting as a broker.
[同义词] agent, middleman
brown goods (n.) items such as television sets and radios that are sold in cabinets made of wood or similar materials 茶色电器
[例] There are bloody competitions on China’ brown goods market.
[反义词] white goods
b-school (business school) (n.) a college or a department of a university 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 each functional 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.