Business Vocabulary List for 9th February

English Vocabulary Index

Business Vocabulary List for 9th February :

  1. Burn (v) : set on fire


  2. Burn (n) : a hurt caused by fire


  3. Burner (n) : one who sets on fire, appendage to a lamp


  4. Burnish (v) : polish by rubbing


  5. Burnt (v) : past tense and past participle of BURN


  6. Burrow (n) : rabbit hole, excavation


  7. Bursar (n) : a treasurer of a college


  8. Burst (n) : break into pieces suddenly


  9. Burst (n) : sudden explosion


  10. Bury (v) : put the dead body into the ground and cover it, forget


  11. Bus (n) : an omnibus


  12. Busby (n) : a fur cap worn by mounted soldiers


  13. Bush (n) : spreading, branching, far-like


  14. Bushel (n) : a measure for measuring grain


  15. Bushy (n) : a measure for measuring grains


  16. Busily (adv.) : actively


  17. Business (n) : one’s occupation or profession, trade


  18. Buskin (n) : a kind of boot reaching to calf


  19. Bust (n) : the part of the human body above the waist


  20. Bustard (n) : a large swift running bird like the crane


  21. Bustle (v) : fuss, hurry and be busy


  22. Bustle (n) : noise


  23. Busy (adj.) : fully employed, active


  24. But (conj.) : still, yet


  25. But (prep.) : except


  26. But (adv.) : only


  27. But (pron.) : that not


  28. But (v) : object


  29. But (n) : objection


  30. Butcher (n) : flesh monger


  31. Butcher (v) : kill


  32. Butler (n) : a male servant in charge of wines, plates, etc., head servant


  33. Butt (n) : a large barrel, target, thick end


  34. Butter (n) : fat, grease, an ointment


  35. Butterfly (n) : a winged insect


  36. Buttermilk (n) : butter has been separated from milk


  37. Button (n) : knob used as a fastener in clothing, a small round knob of a machine, etc


  38. Buxom (adj.) : good-looking, plump


  39. Buy (v) : purchase for money


  40. Buy (n) : purchase


  41. Buyer (n) : a person who buys things


  42. Buzz (n) : hum, whisper


  43. By (prep.) : near to, at the side of, along


  44. Bygone (adj.) : past


  45. By lane (n) : a side lane


  46. Bypass (n) : a diversion, side road


  47. Bypath (n) : private way, side path


  48. Byre (n) : a cow-house


  49. Byword (n) : a proverb, a common saying




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