Business English Vocabulary for 7th February

English Vocabulary Index

Business English Vocabulary for 7th February :

  1. Broadcast (v) : scatter freely


  2. Broaden (v) : make broad


  3. Broadside (n) : any broad surface


  4. Broad sword (n) : a sword with a broad cutting blade


  5. Brochure (n) : a pamphlet


  6. Broil (n) : a noisy quarrel


  7. Broil (v) : cook in fire


  8. Broke (v) : past tense of BREAK


  9. Broker (n) : a commission agent


  10. Brokerage (n) : commission


  11. Bronchitis (n) : an inflammation of the lining the wind pipe


  12. Bronze (n) : an alloy of copper and tin


  13. Brooch (n) : a pin, a fancy buckle, a clasp


  14. Brood (n) : offspring of bird at one time


  15. Brook (n) : a small stream


  16. Brood (v) : put up with


  17. Broom (n) : a stiff sweeping brush, a kind of plant


  18. Brose (n) : a food of oatmeal with boiling milk or water poured on it


  19. Broth (n) : soup


  20. Brother (n) : son of the same parents


  21. Brought (v) : past tense and past participle of BRING


  22. Brow (n) : the arch or hair or the bridge over the eyes


  23. Brown (adj.) : of a colour inkling to red or yellow


  24. Browse (v) : read just for enjoyment


  25. Bruin (n) : a name of a bear


  26. Bruise (v) : crush by beating


  27. Bruise (n) : contusion


  28. Bruit (n) : noise, report rumour


  29. Brunt (n) : the force of the blow


  30. Brush (v) : remove dust by sweeping


  31. Brusque (adj.) : rough in manner


  32. Brutal (adj.) : unfeeling, cruel


  33. Brutality (n) : quality of a brute, cruelty


  34. Brute (n) : beast, savage, a barbarian


  35. Bubble (n) : a bulb of air or gas in a liquid


  36. Bubon (n) : an inflammation of the glands


  37. Buck (n) : the male of the deer


  38. Buck (v) : jump out (fem)doe


  39. Bucket (n) : an open vessel with a handle


  40. Buckle (n) : clash, hook


  41. Buckram (n) : coarse linen or stiff rough cotton cloth, stiffness


  42. Bud (n) : the first shoot of a leaf or flower


  43. Bud (v) : put out buds


  44. Budge (v) : make a little move, stir


  45. Budgerigar (n) : a kind of love birds


  46. Budget (n) : financial statement


  47. Budget (v) : provide for in the budget


  48. Buff (n) : thick strong velvety leather, a light yellow colour




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