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B2B

abbreviation for
(Commerce) business to business: denoting trade between commercial organizations rather than between businesses and private customers. Compare B2C, B2E

B2B

or B-to-B

(ˈbi təˈbi)
business-to-business: B2B Web sites.
[1990–95]
Translations

B2B

[ˌbiːtəˈbiː] (=business to business)
n abbrb2b m
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