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business-to-consumeradjective [before noun]

uk   us   ( abbreviation B2C)
E-COMMERCE relating to or involving the ​sale of ​goods or ​services, especially over the ​internet, to ​singlecustomers for their own use, rather than to ​businesses: business-to-consumer ​internetcompanies the business-to-consumer ​market

business-to-consumernoun [U]

uk   us   (abbreviation B2C)
E-COMMERCE the ​sale of ​products and ​services by ​businesses to ​consumers, especially over the ​internet: Business-to-business is going to be much bigger than business-to-consumer.
(Definition of business-to-consumer from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “business-to-consumer”
in Chinese (Simplified) (业务)企业对个人的,企业对消费者的…
in Chinese (Traditional) (業務)企業對個人的,企業對消費者的…
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