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51个非常实用的商务英语表达方式(配例句)

51个非常实用的商务英语表达方式(配例句)

下面这些非常有用的商务英语短语及表达方式,可以帮助你在贸开发信或商务沟通时更好地明白对方的意思,可以让你写出或说出更流利和地道的商务英语。每个短语都配有一个例子,可以帮助你在真实商务环境中使用这些短语。

如果你曾经花时间学习过这些短语,但已经忘记了,现在是重温这些商务英语表达方式的好时候。

1. 800 pound gorilla – 最大、最强的集团或公司

例句:If we follow our plan to make this new software, we’re going to have a lot of competition, including from the 800 pound gorilla, Microsoft.

2. (a rising tide that) lifts all boats – 普惠大众

例句:We’re only number three, but the current economic growth will lift all boats, so we’re sure to make a profit this year.

3. an old hand – 老江湖

例句:He can help us set up a company in Beijing. He’s been working in China for many years and speaks Chinese fluently. He’s an old China hand.

4. at the 11th hour – 临阵磨枪

例句:I was shocked that they reached an agreement at the eleventh hour after weeks of squabbling.

5. on a shoestring – 拮据

例句:They started their company on a shoestring and built it up to one of the largest companies in the world!

6. bring to the table – 竭尽所能可以提供的东西

例句:I will meet with Teacher Joe’s new company to show him what we can bring to the table.

7. carve out a niche – 找到一个你能控制的特殊市场

例句:To succeed in this competitive world, you have to focus on part of it. Try to carve out a niche and be number one in that are.

8. deep pockets – 财大气粗

例句:If there is a price war, we won’t win because we don’t have deep enough pockets.

9. down time – 由于没有设施设备而无法工作时

例句:There will probably be a lot of down time at the conference, so I’m bringing a lot of paperwork.

10. (draw) a line in the sand – 板上钉钉

例句:We have to draw a line in the sand so they will see that this is really our final offer.

11. free ride – 白吃白喝

例句:Of course we should make them pay for our travel expenses. Why should we give them a free ride?

12. from day one – 自始至终

例句:Teacher Joe has been providing the best English-learning web site from day one!

13. get your foot in the door – 一个在将来可以变成一个大机会的小机会

例句:Right now, I just want to get my foot in the door, so they can see what I can do. Next year I hope to start moving up in the company.

14. I need it yesterday – 非常紧急

例句:Can I send that report to you later this afternoon?” “No! I need that report yesterday!

15. a two-way street – 两全其美

例句:We want to help you, but we need your help too. It should be a two-way street.

16. it will never fly – 成不了

例句:We don’t have to worry about their idea competing with ours. It will never fly.

17. it’s a jungle out there – 困难重重,竞争激烈

例句:Do you think a new company can survise without a unique product? It’s a real jungle out there!

18. jump through hoops – 非常努力,使劲儿

例句:He’s a tough boss. All of his subordinates have to jump through hoops to prove their loyalty to the company.

19. put your cards on the table – 掏心掏肺

例句:I think it’s time to put all of our cards on the table. Here’s what we need…

20. learning curve – 花时间才能学会新东西

例句:This new software has a long learning curve, so we have to give our staff enough time to learn how to use it well.

21. level playing field – 所有的人或群体享有平等的条件

例句:The WTO agreement helps to level the playing field, which gives us the chance to compete anywhere in the world.

22. the lion’s share – 最大的部分

例句:If we want the lion’s share of the profit, we’ll have to do the lion’s share of the work.

23. number crunching – 数据分析/验算

例句:I’ll go back to my office and do some number crunching, then tell you the results tomorrow.

24. pipe dream – 虚无缥缈的东西

例句:Do you think we can really live on the moon some day, or is it just a pipe dream?

25. play hardball – 硬碰硬,强硬对待

例句:If he tries to block this deal in any way, we’ll just have to start playing hardball.

26. power lunch – 一个在饭局上完成的大买卖

例句:The top executives met with their bankers at the best restaurant in town. It was a real power lunch!

27. push the envelope – 超越现状

例句:Teacher Joe is always pushing the envelope by giving us new activities such as dictations, jokes and interesting discussion topics.

28. put on the map – 扬名,出镜,上榜

例句:They’ve had some good products in the past, but nothing special. This new device is so good that it finally puts them on the map.

29. savvy – 聪明的,有智慧的

例句:He’s a savvy investor so there is a high probability this project will be successful.

30. sea change – 大变动

例句:Globalization has brought about a sea change. Those who don’t change will end up sinking!

31. flying by the seat of your pants – 凭直觉,主观臆断

例句:Who knows if they will succeed or not? Without a clear business plan, they are just flying by the seat of their pants.(来源:红板砖开发信

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