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B2Cadjective [before noun]

also b2c, B-to-C uk   /ˌbiːtəˈsiː/ us   /-ṱə-/ COMMERCE, E-COMMERCE
abbreviation for business-to-consumer : relating to the sale of products and services by businesses to consumers, especially over the internet: B2C companies
noun [U] also b2c, B-to-C
The Web was designed to help people get information out of computers, so it's perfect for B2C.
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