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bcc

uk   /ˌbiːsiːˈsiː/  us /ˌbiːsiːˈsiː/
(Definition of bcc from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"BCC" in Business English

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BCCnoun

uk   us   COMMERCE
abbreviation for the British Chambers of Commerce : an ​organization in the UK for ​people in ​business, who ​work together to ​improvebusiness in their town or ​localarea: The BCC represents more than 120,000 ​companies across ​manufacturing, ​services, and ​retail.

bcc

uk   us   COMMUNICATIONS, INTERNET
abbreviation for blind ​carboncopy: used when you are ​sending a ​copy of a ​letter or an ​email to someone without the ​knowledge of the other ​person or ​people that it is ​sent to: Neither the ​field 'bcc', nor the ​emailaddresses in it, appear in any of the ​copies. I ​sent her the ​message, bcc my ​boss.
(Definition of BCC from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “bcc”
in Chinese (Simplified) 屏蔽抄送,副本密送…
in Chinese (Traditional) 密件副本,副本密送…
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