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B2B

uk   /ˌbiː.təˈbiː/  us   /-t̬ə-/
abbreviation forbusiness-to-business: ​describing or ​involvingbusinessarrangements or ​trade between different ​businesses, ​rather than between ​businesses and the ​generalpublic: a B2B exchange/​company Mr Pirouz is ​confident about the ​potential for B2B e-commerce.
(Definition of B2B from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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B2Badjective [before noun]

(also b2b, B-to-B) uk   /ˌbiːtəˈbiː/  us   /-ṱə-/ COMMERCE, E-COMMERCE
abbreviation for business-to-business : ​relating to ​businessarrangements or ​trade between different ​businesses, rather than between ​businesses and the ​public, especially when this ​takesplace over the ​internet: B2B ​e-commerce. B2B ​marketingservices.
B2B
noun [U] (also b2b, B-to-B)
B2B helps ​exporterssearch for and ​contact possible ​importers of their ​products.
(Definition of B2B from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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