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basis; ~ military base; ~ plant storage facilities; ~ resource base; - ~ material and technical basis; ~ production facilities; ~ repair base; ~ source of raw materials; ~ customs ware house; ~ supply depot; ~ financial base.
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base; ~ basis gains; ~ basis losses.
bachelor; holder of a Bachelor's degree; ~ Bachelor of Law.
balance; () balance sheet; ~ balance of income and expenditure; ~ cost-effectiveness balance; ~ cash flow balance; ~ fixed assets balance; ~ balance of consumer goods; ~ balance of goods and services; ~ budget of labour; ~ active/positive balance; ~ bank balance sheet; ~ budgetary sheet; ~ balance of foreign trade; ~ liquidation balance sheet; ~ unfavourable balance; ~ balance of payments; ~ to balance; strike a balance; ~ to make up a balance.
bulk carrier.
to run; to stand for election.
band; gang.
bandit; gangster; outlaw; ~ armed robber.
banditry.
bank; ~ borrowing bank; ~ lending bank; ~ paying bank; ~ bank for international settlements; ~ acceptance bank; ~ deposit bank; ~ investment bank; ~ mortgage bank; ~ clearing bank; ~ commercial bank; ~ savings bank; ~ loan bank; ~ central bank; ~ private bank; ~ emitting bank; ~ to deposit money in (with) a bank; ~e to draw money from a bank.
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acceptance bank; merchant banker.
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collecting bank.
banker.
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corresponding bank.
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creditor bank.
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banknote; ~ circulating banknotes; issue of banknotes; withdrawal of banknotes; issue of banknotes.
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banking; ~ banking operations; ~ banking services; ~ bank credit; ~ bank interest.
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paying bank.
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remitting bank.
bankrupt, defaulter, insolvent; ~ to declare oneself bankrupt; ~ to become bankrupt; ~ adjudication in bankruptcy.
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bankruptcy; failure; insolvency; ~ bankruptcy case; ~ bankruptcy of a bank; ~a make bankrupt.
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parent bank.
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barratry; barratrous conduct; ~ barrator.
barrister; counsel; ~ chamber barrister.
barter; ~ indirect barter; ~ direct barter.
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barter; ~ barter transaction; ~ barter agreement.
barrier, obstacle; ~ discriminatory barriers; ~ non-tariff barriers; ~ protectionist barriers; ~ customs barriers; ~ tariff barrier; ~ trade barrier; ~ to sidestep barriers; ~ to overcome barriers; ~ to raise barriers; ~ to remove barriers.
to strike; to go on strike.
vigilance; watchfulness.
vigilant; watchful.
escape; flight; ~ - hit-and-run driving.
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misery; poverty; need; indigence; ~ below the poverty line.
calamity; disaster; ~ act of God; natural calamity.
refugee.
accident-free, faultless.
celibacy; single state.
free of charge, gratuitously; gratis; ~ to hand over without compensation.
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uncompensated, free (of charge), gratuitous, gratis; unpaid; ~ free/gratis use; ~ on a gratis basis.
statelessness.
inaction; inactivity; omission/failure to act; ~ wanton failure/omission; ~ involuntary failure/omission; ~ criminal failure/omission; ~ deliberate/wilful failure.
childless.
without defects; faultless.
unprovedness.
unprovable; unproved.
homeless.
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lawlessness; ~ act of lawlessness.
illegal; lawless, unlawful.
unprotected.
license-free.
neglected; unsupervised; ~ neglected child.
impunity.
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unpunishable; unpunished; ~ to go unpunished.
non-cash.
amorality; immorality.
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amoral; immoral; ~oe immoral conduct, moral turpitude.
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unconditional, unqualified, without reservation; ~ unconditional surrender.
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safety, security; ~ traffic safety; ~ personal safety; ~ international security; ~ national security; ~ fire safety; ~ process safety; ~ safety instructions; ~ safety measures; ~ violation of safety regulations; ~ safety standards; ~ state security bodies; ~ accident prevention, safety precautions; ~ to ensure safety; ~ to endanger/to threaten security.
safe; secure.
unarmed.
irresponsibility.
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irresponsible; wanton; ~oe irresponsible conduct.
irrevocable, beyond recall; ~ irrevocable letter of credit.
immediate, pressing.
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unemployment; ~ involuntary unemployment; ~ chronic unemployment; ~ partial unemployment; ~e unemployment relief; ~ increase in unemployment; ~ unemployment rate.
unemployed; ~ registered unemployed; ~ wholly unemployed; ~ partially unemployed.
without any loss.
unconditional.
beneficiary; ~ beneficiary under the will; ~ second beneficiary; ~ name of beneficiary.
unchecked; uncontrolled; unsupervised.
unpatented.
free of cost, free of charge; at no cost, without charge; gratuitously; gratis.
free, free of charge, free of cost; gratuitous; without charge; at no cost; unpaid; ~ free pass.
helpless; powerless.
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confusion; disorder; disturbance; unrest; ~ civil unrest and disorders; ~ mass riots; ~ ethnic unrest; ~ rioting.
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customs-free, duty-free; exempt of duty; free of duty; exempt from duty; ~ free trade; ~ duty-free goods.
lawlessness; disfranchisement; disqualification; deprivation of rights.
deprived of rights.
non-profit; profitless; unprofitable; uneconomical.
homeless; stray; neglected.
unprejudiced; fair; impartial; ~ unprejudiced judge.
interest-free; non-interest bearing; yielding no interest; without interest.
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indisputable; incontrovertible; indubitable; undisputed; unquestionable; ~oe () collection without recourse to the court.
/ indefinite; perpetual; ~ tenancy at will; ~ demand deposit.
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ownerless; unowned; ~ ownerless land; ~oe unclaimed/unowned property.
ownerlessness.
inhuman, brutal.
outrage; rowdiness.
to commit outrages.
bigamy; bigamous marriage.
business; ~ big business; ~ gambling business; ~ small business; ~ drug business; ~ illegal business; ~ profitable business; ~ private business.
businessman; entrepreneur.
bilateral.
ticket, card; ~ banknote.
bill; ~ to adopt/to approve a bill; ~ to draft/to elaborate a bill.
double standard, bimetallism.
bimetallic.
biography; life history.
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exchange, market; ~ employment agency; labour exchange; ~ stock exchange; ~ exchange market; ~ corn market; ~ international commodity exchange; ~ commodity exchange; ~ stock market; ~ to speculate; to gamble in stocks.
dealer; exchange broker; speculator.
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exchange; ~ exchange quotation; ~ exchange deal; ~ exchange speculation; ~ exchange business transactions; ~ gambler; speculator.
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tag, label, tally, tag, ticket; ~ price ticket; ~ luggage tag; ~ cargo label; ~e marking on a tag.
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benefit; good; prosperity; ~ material values; ~ common/public wealth.
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preference, favoured treatment; ~ most favoured nation clause; ~ to grant most favoured nation treatment.
to favour, to be favourable.
welfare; well-being; wealth; ~ general welfare (well-being).
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benevolent; charitable; philanthropical; ~ charitable foundation; ~oe charitable/philanthropic society; ~ gifts to charity; ~ welfare fund.
benevolence; charity; philanthropy.
form, slip, blank; ~ declaration form; ~ application form; ~ documentary bill lodgment form; ~ contract form; ~ proposal form; ~ bank form; ~ draft slip; ~ form of a company; ~ to fill in a form.
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blank; ~ blank/general endorsement; ~ blank credit; ~ acceptance in blank; ~ to endorse in blank.
blank endorser.
bloc; ~ currency bloc; ~ military bloc; ~ to enter (into) a bloc; ~ to secede from a block; ~ to form a bloc; ~ to disband a bloc.
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blockade; embargo; ban; ~ diplomatic blockade; ~ credit blockade; ~ customs blockade; ~ trade blockade, embargo; ~ financial blockade; ~ economic blockade, embargo; ~y to impose a blockade; ~y to announce a blockade; ~y to raise a blockade; ~y establish a blockade.
blocked, blockaded; frozen.
to block, to blockade; to freeze.
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wealth; fortune; ~, ill-gotten wealth; ~a natural resources; ~a material tangible wealth; ~ national wealth; ~ to accumulate wealth.
blasphemous words; blasphemy.
letter of bottomry.
bottomry.
boycott; ~ financial boycott; ~ economic boycott; ~ to declare a boycott; ~ to lift the boycott; ~y to join a boycott.
to boycott; ~ to boycott the negotiations.
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illness; disease; sickness; ~ sickness benefit.
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~ sick-leave certificate, sick-list.
sick person; patient; ~ insane.
high capacity, supersize.
rogue; tramp; street bum; vagabond.
bona fide; ~ bona fide holder.
bond; ~ general average bond.
bonded.
credit solvency.
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bonification, bonus allowance; ~ price bonification stipulated by the contract; ~ export bonification; ~ amount of price bonification; ~ to pay price bonification; ~ to grant price bonification.
bonus.
board; ~ to load on board; ~ to accept cargo on board; ~ free on board a ship (FOB); ~ free on board a truck.
board, overside; ~ on board bill of lading.
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struggle, fight; drive; ~ struggle for markets; ~ combating crime; ~ competitive struggle.
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( ) rejects, wastage, waste, spoilage; defect, flaw; ~ reject; ~ to discover defective goods.
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() marriage; matrimony; wedlock; ~ intermarriage; ~ marriage by a contract; ~ civil marriage; common law marriage; ~ lawful wedlock; marriage at law; ~ invalid marriage; ~ irregular marriage; ~ unregistered marriage; ~ de facto marriage; ~ sham marriage; ~ religious marriage; ~ de jure marriage; ~a avoidance of a marriage; ~a divorce; ~e marriage certificate; ~e married; ~ to enter into a marriage; to marry; ~ to remarry; ~ to divorce; ~ to register a marriage.
inspection, sorting; grading; ~ selective inspection.
defective; faulty; rejected; discarded.
reject.
rejection; repudiation; bracking; sorting.
poacher.
poaching; ~ to poach.
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divorce; ~oe case; ~ divorce proceeding.
marriage; wedding ceremony.
brother; ~ cousin; ~ half-brother; ~ half-brother; ~ stepbrother.
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marital; marriageable; conjugal; matrimonial; ~ marriageability; ~ law of marriage; marriage law; ~- marriage and family law; ~ marital relations; ~ marriageable age; ~ marriage contract; ~ to contract a marriage.
burden; load; ~ burden of evidence/of proof; ~ tax burden; ~ burden of responsibility; ~ financial burden; ~ to bear the burden of a contract.
team, crew; ~ emergency team.
bum; rogue; tramp; vagabond.
to rogue; to tramp; to vagabondize.
roguery; vagabondism; vagabondage.
broker; ~ real estate broker; ~ securities broker; ~ buying broker; ~ selling broker; ~ shipping/chartering broker; ~ broker; ~ stockbroker/exchange broker; ~ loan broker; ~ insurance broker.
brokerage, broker's commission.
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commission broker.
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broker's; ~ brokerage/broker's commission; ~ brokerage office.
booking, reservation.
to book, to reserve.
gross; ~ rough balance; ~ gross tonnage; ~ gross freight; ~ gross/packed weight; ~ allowance.
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gross premium.
to book.
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booking; ~ booking of cargo; ~y booking commission.
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lowing; tugging, tuggage; haulage; ~ lowing contract; ~y to pay tugging.
boom; ~ stock market boom; ~ speculative boom; ~ economic boom.
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paper, securities, stock; ~ non-interest-bearing securities; ~ stamped paper; ~ registered securities; ~ commercial papers; ~ securities.
accountant, bookkeeper; ~ chief accountant/head book-keeper.
1. accounting; book-keeping; 2. () accounting department; ~ double-entry book-keeping.
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book-keeping; accounting; ~ ordinary debts.
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quick selling; ~e quick assets.
budget; finances; ~ annual budget; ~ additional budget; ~ revenue; ~ local budget; ~ national budget; ~ budget of expenditure; ~ operating budget; ~ to implement a budget; ~ to transfer amounts to the budget; ~ to cut a budget; ~ to make a budget; ~ to increase a budget.
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budgetary; ~ budgetary provisions; ~ budgetary funds; ~ business/fiscal year.
bulletin; report; circular; list; ~ stock exchange list; ~ stock exchange list; ~ material handling bulletin; ~ o medical bulletin; ~ exchange report/exchange list; ~ ballot/voting paper; ~ commercial bulletin; ~ patent bulletin; ~ price list bulletin; ~ trade report; ~ information bulletin; ~ classification bulletin; ~ patent bulletin; ~ trade report.
bureau, office, desk; agency; ~ average adjusters' bureau; ~ registry office; ~ lost and found office; ~ service bureau; ~ passport and visa office; ~ employment agency; ~ rental service; ~ copyright office; ~ technical inspection bureau; ~ design department; ~ patent office; ~ register office/registrar; ~ advertising agency/publicity bureau; ~ information bureau; ~ inspection bureau; - ~ shipping agency.






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