Business Vocabulary for 8th February

English Vocabulary Index

Business Vocabulary for 8th February :

  1. Buffalo (n) : a wild ox


  2. Buffet (n) : a light-refreshment stall, A blow with the hand


  3. Buffoon (n) : clown, fool, jester


  4. Bug (n) : a blood sucking small insect


  5. Bugle (n) : a hunting horn


  6. Build (n) : construction


  7. Build (v) : to construct, put together


  8. Builder (n) : one who builds


  9. Building (n) : house, structure


  10. Built (v) : past tense and past participle of BUILD


  11. Built (adj.) : formed


  12. Bulb (n) : an electric light, a thick round root of a particular plant


  13. Bulbul (n) : the Persian nightingale


  14. Bulge (v) : swell out


  15. Bulk (n) : a large mass, volume, size, the greater part


  16. Bulky (adj.) : big in size


  17. Bull (n) : the male of the ox kind, an order of the pope


  18. Bulldog (n) : a kind of strong courageous dog


  19. Bullet (n) : a projectile of lead or steel shot from a rifle


  20. Bulletin (n) : statement, an official report


  21. Bullion (n) : gold or silver in mass


  22. Bullock (n) : an ox


  23. Bulwark (n) : a rampart


  24. Bumper (adj.) : offered as prize, big


  25. Bumpkin (n) : a country fellow


  26. Bumptious (adj.) : arrogant


  27. Bun (n) : a kind of light bread


  28. Bunch (n) : a group of things tied together or growing together


  29. Bund (n) : embankment


  30. Bundle (n) : package, a lot, parcel


  31. Bung (n) : a large cork


  32. Bungalow (n) : a country house


  33. Bungle (v) : clumsily


  34. Bunk (n) : sleeping-berth in a ship or train


  35. Bunkum (n) : humbug, claptrap, sophistry


  36. Bunny (n) : a pet name for rabbit


  37. Buoy (n) : a float, beacon, light ship


  38. Buoyant (adj.) : floating, light-hearted


  39. Burden (n) : a load, a ships load, something difficult to bear.


  40. Bureau (n) : a writing table with drawers, a chest of drawers, department


  41. Burette (n) : a graduated glass tube for measuring liquids


  42. Burglar (n) : a thief, robber


  43. Burglary (n) : theft


  44. Burgle (v) : commit, theft


  45. Burial (n) : interment


  46. Burly (adj.) : big and strong, stout, sturdy




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