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        100个常用商务短语动词举例

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          100 Commonly Used Business Phrasal Verbs with Examples

          100个常用商务短语动词举例

          1. Aim for – to make it a goal or target.

          1.目标-使之成为目标或目标。

          You need to aim for four more clients this month.

          这个月你需要争取另外四个客户。

          2. Ask around – to ask multiple people to find the answer to something.

          2.四处询问——让多个人找到某件事情的答案。

          Tim, could you please ask around and find out what causing this problem?

          蒂姆,你能四处问问是什么引起这个问题吗?

          3. Back up #1 – To make a copy of something to protect against loss.

          3.备份1–复制一些东西以防丢失。

          Please make sure to back up all your work each day on the company’s server.

          请确保每天在公司服务器上备份所有工作。

          4. Back up #2 – To talk about an earlier point in a conversation.

          4.倒退2–谈论谈话的前一点。

          Let’s back up for a minute. You said earlier that the customer couldn’t log in?

          让我们往前一分钟。你刚才说客户不能登录?

          5. Bail out – to save from, or pull out of, failure/loss. (most often using money).

          5.纾困——从失败/损失中拯救或撤出。(最常用的是用钱)。

          In 2008-2009, the US government had to bail out many banks.

          2008-2009年,美国政府不得不救助许多银行。

          Bail out of – to leave quickly when unfinished. (see also: pull out)

          跳出-未完成时快速离开。(另请参见:拉出)

          We had to bail out of the Sydney deal. We didn’t have the manpower to complete it.

          我们不得不从悉尼交易中脱身。我们没有人力来完成。

          Bank on – to count on something or base plans on expecting it to happen.

          指望——指望某事或计划能发生。

          The design team at Toyota were banking on the new Escobar line to be a success.

          丰田的设计团队指望新的Escobar系列能取得成功。

          Be snowed under – to have a lot or too much work to do.

          被大雪覆盖-有很多或太多的工作要做。

          I am snowed under this week. Can we do it next week?

          这星期我下雪了。我们下周能做吗?

          Booked out – when all tickets or spaces are already reserved or taken.

          已预订-当所有车票或车位都已预订或占用时。

          Our business event is nearly booked out because of ticket pre-orders.

          由于预购机票,我们的商务活动几乎被预订一空。

          Branch out – to start something new that is similar and in addition to what you have been doing.

          开拓领域-开始一些新的东西,是相似的,除了你一直在做的。

          The electric car company, Tesla, is branching out into the motorcycle industry.

          电动汽车公司特斯拉正在向摩托车行业发展。

          Break down – to make something into smaller parts.

          分解-把某物分成更小的部分。

          We need to break down our sales process to see where we can improve it.

          我们需要打破我们的销售流程,看看我们能在哪里改进它。

          Break into – to enter a new market (with effort).

          打入一个新的市场。

          It’s tough to break into the beauty industry right now.

          现在很难打入美容行业。

          Bring forward – to move a deadline or agreed time closer to now.

          提前-将最后期限或约定的时间移到现在。

          Do you mind if we bring our meeting forward to 3 o’clock?

          你介意我们把会议提前到3点吗?

          Bring off – to successfully achieve something that is difficult to do.

          成功地完成一些很难做到的事情。

          Tony promised two times more sales this March. Think he can bring it off?

          托尼答应今年三月再增加两倍的销售量。你觉得他能成功吗?

          Bring up – to begin a discussion on a topic.

          提出-开始一个话题的讨论。

          I would like to bring up the problems we’re facing in our Asian factories.

          我想提出我们在亚洲工厂面临的问题。

          Burn out – to become sick or exhausted because of working too much.

          筋疲力尽——由于工作太多而生病或筋疲力尽。

          Jill looks burned out this year. I think the change of job has been tough for her.

          吉尔今年看起来精疲力尽。我认为换工作对她来说很难。

          Buy out – to buy a large enough portion of a company to take control of it.

          收购——收购一家公司足够大的一部分来控制它。

          Many companies buy out their competitors to increase their market share.

          许多公司买下竞争对手以增加他们的市场份额。

          Call back – to phone someone in reply to their (missed) call.

          回拨-给某人打电话以回复他们(未接)的电话。

          Sarah, could you tell Tom I’ll call him back later? I’m going to a meeting right now.

          莎拉,你能告诉汤姆我过会儿再打给他吗?我现在要去开会。

          Call for – to demand or need something.

          要求-要求或需要某物。

          The shareholders are calling for the CEO’s resignation.

          股东们要求首席执行官辞职。

          Call off – to cancel.

          取消–取消。

          Sorry John, I’m going to have to call off our business lunch tomorrow.

          对不起,约翰,我明天要取消我们的商务午餐。

          Carry on – to continue to do something.

          继续-继续做某事。

          Carry on with your lunch. We can discuss it later.

          继续吃午饭吧。我们可以稍后再讨论。

          Carry out – to perform an action.

          执行-执行一个动作。

          Steve will carry out our social media campaign starting next month.

          史蒂夫将从下个月开始开展我们的社交媒体活动。

          Cash in on – to use an event or external opportunity in your benefit (normally for money).

          兑现——利用一个事件或外部机会为自己谋取利益(通常是为了钱)。

          Colgate is cashing in on market interest in natural products with a new organic toothpaste.

          高露洁正在利用一种新的有机牙膏在市场上对天然产品的兴趣。

          Cash up – to keep/hold large amounts of money instead of investing or spending it.

          套现——保留/持有大量资金,而不是投资或消费。

          Apple is cashed up and ready to buy small tech companies.

          苹果已经兑现并准备收购小型科技公司。

          Catch on to – to realize something that is happening.

          抓住-意识到正在发生的事情。

          If large media companies don’t catch on to social media quickly, they’ll go out of business.

          如果大型媒体公司不迅速赶上社交媒体,它们就会倒闭。

          Catch up – to become up to date with current work to be done.

          赶上进度-跟上当前要完成的工作。

          I need to catch up with some work I haven’t finished.

          我需要赶上一些我还没做完的工作。

          Chase up – to try and get someone to pay a bill.

          追查——试着找人付账。

          Tesla has a whole team of accountants who chase up unpaid invoices.

          特斯拉有一个完整的会计团队负责追查未付的发票。

          Chip in – to put something in towards a greater goal (normally ideas, work, or money).

          投入——把某物投入一个更大的目标(通常是想法、工作或金钱)。

          Jerry, could you chip in and help the guys in the factory today?

          杰瑞,你今天能插手帮助工厂里的人吗?

          Close down – to permanently stop a business, or part of a business.

          关闭-永久性地停止一项业务或一部分业务。

          We are closing down our Mexico factory next quarter.

          下个季度我们将关闭墨西哥工厂。

          Close up – to temporarily stop or close a business (at the end of each day for example).

          关闭-暂时停止或关闭业务(例如每天结束时)。

          Could you help Sarah close up the shop tonight?

          今晚你能帮莎拉把商店关起来吗?

          Come up –to happen or be created.

          出现-发生或被创造。

          Something unplanned has come up and we won’t make our deadline.

          有些意外的事情发生了,我们不能按时完成。

          Contract out to – to give work to someone outside of the company to do.

          把工作交给公司以外的人去做。

          We’re going to contract our website design out to an Indian company

          我们将把网站设计外包给一家印度公司

          Cross sell – to promote or suggest similar products at the time of customers purchase.

          交叉销售-在客户购买时推广或建议同类产品。

          Companies like Vista Print and Amazon use cross selling to maximize spending.

          像vista print和amazon这样的公司使用交叉销售来最大化支出。

          Cut out – to get rid of, or take away, something/someone.

          删掉-去掉或拿走某物/某人。

          If we cut out the middle man we can lower our costs.

          如果我们去掉中间人,我们就能降低成本。

          Deal with – to handle, work, or interact with, something/someone.

          处理-处理、工作或与某物/某人互动。

          Our company deals with dentists all over the country.

          我们公司与全国各地的牙医打交道。

          Draw up – to prepare paperwork/contracts/plans/etc. Normally to do with written work.

          起草-准备书面文件/合同/计划等。

          Let’s talk again after Timothy in our legal department draws up a contract.

          我们法律部的蒂莫西起草合同后再谈吧。

          Drop in/by – to visit.

          顺便来看看。

          Greg from head office is going to drop in

          总部的格雷格要来拜访。

          Drop off – to deliver something.

          下车-送东西。

          The FedEx guy dropped off something for you this morning, sir.

          今天早上联邦快递的人给你送了东西,先生。

          Drum up – to increase or gain something. Normally business/sales/awareness/customers.

          鼓起-增加或获得某物。通常业务/销售/意识/客户。

          Little bakeries are having a hard time drumming up business after Tesco opened its own in-store bakeries.

          在乐购开设自己的店内面包店后,小面包店正忙着打鼓生意。

          Fall short – to not have enough of something. Often money or time.

          做不到-没有足够的东西。通常是金钱或时间。

          If a cash register falls short, the cashier has to pay the difference themselves.

          如果收银机缺钱,出纳员必须自己付差额。

          Fall through – to not be successful. To fail or lose something.

          失败-不成功。失败或失去某物

          Google had a deal to sell to Yahoo! ten years ago but it fell through.

          谷歌有一笔交易要卖给雅虎!十年前但是失败了。

          File away – to put in organized storage (normally documents, and files)

          文件存放-存放在有组织的存储中(通常是文档和文件)

          Remember to file away those invoices after you’re finished with them.

          别忘了把那些发票用完后归档。

          Fill in for – to temporarily replace something or someone.

          填写-临时替换某物或某人。

          Can you come into work today? We need someone to fill in for Sam, who’s sick.

          你今天能上班吗?山姆病了,我们需要有人来代替他。

          Fill out – to complete or put details into a form or survey.

          填写-完成或将细节放入表格或调查中。

          Could you please take the time to fill out our customer survey?

          请您花点时间填写我们的客户调查表好吗?

          Find out – look for information or to discover something previously unknown.

          发现-寻找信息或发现以前未知的东西。

          Tom, please find out what happened to the supplier’s delivery.

          汤姆,请查查供应商的交货情况。

          Get ahead – to become successful in your career or business.

          勇往直前-在事业或事业上取得成功。

          You have to be tough to get ahead in the finance industry.

          要想在金融业取得领先地位,你必须坚强。

          Get on – to make improvement or progress.

          继续前进-取得进步或进步。

          How did you get on with the marketing plan this week?

          这周你是如何进行市场营销计划的?

          Go through – to read, discuss, or examine something, usually paper.

          阅读,讨论,或检查一些东西,通常是纸。

          Tom from legal will get back to us after going through the contracts.

          法务部的汤姆在签完合同后会回来找我们的。

          Hire out – to allow others to use a resource you own in return for money.

          出租-允许他人使用你拥有的资源来换取金钱。

          The boss wants to hire out the 3rd floor of our office building to a small business.

          老板想把我们办公楼的三楼出租给一家小企业。

          Hold off on – to postpone something until a later date.

          推迟——把某事推迟到以后的日期。

          They will need to hold off on the release of their new phone until they fix the battery.

          他们需要推迟新手机的发布,直到他们修好电池。

          Hold on – to wait (usually for a small period of time).

          坚持——等待(通常是很小的一段时间)。

          Please hold on for a minute until I finish this call.

          请稍等,直到我打完电话。

          Hold out – to wait before taking action or remain in the same difficult situation.

          坚持——在行动之前等待,或处于同样困难的境地。

          Sir, I think we should hold out for a better offer before selling.

          先生,我想我们应该在出售前先争取一个更好的报价。

          Hone in on – to focus on one thing. Or, to focus down in detail.

          专注于一件事。或者,把注意力放在细节上。

          GoPro has been successful in honing in on the extreme sports market.

          Gopro已经成功地在极限运动市场上磨练了。

          Join in on – to take part in an activity.

          参加-参加一项活动。

          Let’s get Steve from accounting to join in on this meeting.

          让会计部的史蒂夫参加这次会议。

          Keep up with – to stay up to date. Or to stay at the same level or speed as something else.

          跟上-保持最新。或者保持与其他事物相同的水平或速度。

          Small businesses find it difficult to keep up with technology changes.

          小企业发现很难跟上技术的变化。

          Key in – to type something on a computer or keyboard.

          键入-在计算机或键盘上键入内容。

          We’re looking for a data entry specialist to key in customer’s purchase history.

          我们正在寻找一个数据输入专家来输入客户的购买历史。

          Knuckle down – to focus on the task or job to be done.

          全神贯注——专注于要完成的任务或工作。

          The design team will have to really knuckle down to finish this by Christmas.

          设计团队必须全力以赴在圣诞节前完成这项工作。

          Lay off – to fire. To tell to leave the company.

          解雇-解雇。告诉他离开公司。

          They had to lay off He was stealing paperclips.

          他们不得不解雇他,因为他在偷回形针。

          Look into – to research to find more information.

          调查-研究以发现更多信息。

          Our office keeps losing paperclips. Can you please look into it Stacy?

          我们的办公室老是丢回形针。你能帮我查一下吗史黛西?

          Look through – to examine or read briefly on the surface

          浏览-在表面上检查或简短地阅读

          The team had a quick look through your proposal.

          小组很快就看完了你的建议。

          Look up to – to respect and admire.

          尊敬-尊敬和钦佩。

          I know you look up to Larry like a father, which makes this hard.

          我知道你像父亲一样尊敬拉里,这让事情变得很难。

          Make up – to compensate for something. (also see: Catch up)

          补偿-补偿某物。(另见:追赶)

          There’s a lot to do today. The office needs to make up for being closed last week.

          今天有很多事要做。这间办公室需要弥补上星期关门的损失。

          Measure up – to be at the right level or good enough to do something.

          衡量——处于正确的水平或足够好地做某事。

          We hired an ex-Apple Marketing Director. I hope he measures up to expectations.

          我们雇了一位前苹果市场总监。我希望他能达到预期。

          Meet up – to get together.

          相聚——相聚。

          The department heads are meeting up next week to talk about Larry’s behavior.

          部门主管下周开会讨论拉里的行为。

          note down – to write something quickly to use again later.

          记下来——快速地写下一些东西以便以后再次使用。

          Stacy, could you join us and note down the key points to the meeting?

          史黛西,你能和我们一起记下会议的要点吗?

          Pencil in – To make flexible plans for something that can still change.

          临时安排-为一些仍然可以改变的事情制定灵活的计划。

          Shall we pencil in next Wednesday at 1 pm for your interview?

          我们下星期三下午一点来面试好吗?

          Phone up – to call by phone.

          打电话——打电话。

          Customers have been phoning up with complaints about the new Furby toy.

          顾客们一直打电话投诉新的富比玩具。

          Pick up – to increase or improve after a period of slow or no results.

          恢复-在一段时间缓慢或没有结果后增加或改善。

          Business really has really picked up since the month of June.

          六月份以来生意真的很好。

          Point out – to bring attention to something.

          指出-引起对某事的注意。

          I need to point out that we have not yet decided on new product’s name yet.

          我需要指出的是,我们还没有决定新产品的名称。

          Pull out of – to stop doing something. Or, to stop being a part of something.

          退出-停止做某事。或者,停止成为某件事的一部分。

          Many companies are pulling out of their advertising contracts with YouTube.

          许多公司正退出与youtube的广告合同。

          Put back –to stall or delay something to a later date (also see: Hold off on)

          推迟——推迟或推迟某物的日期(另见:推迟)

          The delivery date will be put back by two days because of the hurricane.

          由于飓风的影响,交货期将推迟两天。

          Put off – to know longer feel positive about something.

          推迟——去了解更多对某事的积极感觉。

          Many Samsung customers were put off by the Note 7 battery problems.

          许多三星的客户被Note7电池问题耽搁了。

          Report Back – to return to a boss or superior person with new information found.

          向上司或上级汇报新的信息。

          It’s part of your job to report back any issues you find within the company’s servers.

          报告在公司服务器中发现的任何问题是您工作的一部分。

          Rip off – when a product/service is expensive in comparison to its value.

          次品-当产品/服务比它的价值昂贵时。

          Some say the iPhone 7 is a rip off because little has been changed since the iPhone 6.

          有人说iPhone7是个骗局,因为自iPhone6以来几乎没有什么变化。

          Run by / past – to check with someone first.

          路过/路过-先和某人确认一下。

          Shouldn’t we run it by the supervisor, first?

          我们不应该先由主管来处理吗?

          Run late – when you will not be somewhere at the planned time.

          晚点——你不会在计划的时间出现在某个地方。

          He is running a little late this morning because of traffic.

          由于交通堵塞,他今天早上有迟到。

          Run out of – to not have any more of an item.

          用完-不再拥有任何物品。

          We are about to run out of printing ink, could you order more, please?

          我们的墨水快用完了,请再点一点好吗?

          Sell off – to sell a part of or a whole business.

          出售-出售部分或全部业务。

          Nokia plans to sell off its mobile phone department to Samsung.

          诺基亚计划将其手机部门出售给三星。

          Sell out – to have sold all items of something with nothing left.

          卖完——把某物的所有东西都卖光了。

          We always sell out of that perfume brand during this time of year.

          在每年的这个时候,我们总是卖掉那个香水品牌。

          Set up – to arrange/create. Or, to start a new business or a new department of a business

          设置-安排/创建。或者,开办一家新公司或一个新部门

          Virgin Airways plans to set up offices in Berlin next year.

          维珍航空计划明年在柏林设立办事处。

          Shop around – to compare prices and products at different places before buying.

          货比三家——在购买前比较不同地方的价格和产品。

          Most large companies constantly shop around for the cheapest materials.

          大多数大公司经常到处采购最便宜的材料。

          Sign off on – to formally approve of something

          签字-正式批准某事

          You’re going to need the boss to sign off on this order.

          你需要老板在这张订单上签字。

          Sign up – to agree to receive or to do something.

          注册-同意接收或做某事。

          Many website companies want their site’s visitors to sign up for a newsletter.

          许多网站公司希望他们网站的访问者注册一份时事通讯。

          Sort out – to fix or solve a problem.

          解决-解决或解决一个问题。

          The company had to recall all the phones to sort out the battery problem.

          公司不得不召回所有的电话来解决电池问题。

          Spell out – to explain in plain and simple terms.

          用简单明了的语言解释。

          Tech companies need to really spell out their product’s advantages to customers.

          科技公司需要真正向客户阐明他们产品的优势。

          Step Down – to give up their position or title.

          下台-放弃他们的职位或头衔。

          The CEO of Malaysia Airways stepped down on Tuesday after the news report.

          马来西亚航空首席执行官周二在新闻报道后辞职。

          Step up – to try/work harder

          更上一层楼-努力工作

          Our company needs to step it up if we want to compete with Tesla.

          如果我们想和特斯拉竞争,我们公司需要加大力度。

          Stock up – to collect or buy a lot of something.

          备货——收集或购买很多东西。

          Most restaurants stock up on champagne before New Year’s Eve.

          大多数餐馆在除夕夜前都备有香槟。

          Take off #1 – to become highly successful or popular quickly.

          迅速走红1-迅速成为非常成功或受欢迎的人。

          The Harry Potter books took off even faster than the publisher expected.

          哈利波特的书比出版商预期的要快得多。

          Take off #2 – to not go to work.

          请假2-不去上班。

          Boss, can I take Tuesday off to visit my friend in the hospital?

          老板,星期二我可以请假去医院看我的朋友吗?

          Take on – to accept or agree to deal with.

          接受或同意处理。

          The boss thinks that you’ve taken on too much work and wants me to help you.

          老板认为你承担了太多的工作,要我帮你。

          Take over – to gain control. Or, to do something someone else was responsible for.

          接管-获得控制权。或者,做别人应该负责的事。

          The Financial controller has taken over the accountants duties.

          财务总监接管了会计师的职责。

          Talk over – to discuss a topic for decision.

          讨论-讨论一个要做决定的话题。

          Let’s talk it over tomorrow during the Sales meeting.

          我们明天在销售会议上再谈吧。

          Team up – to work together with another on something.

          团队合作-在某件事情上与另一个人一起工作。

          Malcolm and John, you two team up to solve this issue.

          马尔科姆和约翰,你们两个一起解决这个问题。

          Trade in – to give something old as part of the price paid for new things.

          以旧换新——以旧换新。

          All customers get $100 off the new S8 when trading in their old S7.

          所有顾客在旧的s7上交易时都能从新的s8上得到100美元的折扣。

          Trade off – to negotiate or make a deal

          权衡——谈判或达成交易

          I had to trade off my paid vacation leave for a smaller workload.

          我不得不把带薪休假换成一个小工作量的工作。

          Turn down – to reject or say no.

          拒绝-拒绝或拒绝。

          He turned down my request for a raise

          他拒绝了我的加薪要求

          Up sell – to promote a more premium product option or add-ons during the sales process.

          追加销售–在销售过程中推广更优质的产品选项或附加组件。

          McDonald’s up sells at every opportunity. “Want to make it jumbo size for $1?”

          麦当劳每一个机会都在销售。“想把它做成1美元的特大号吗?“。”

          Weigh up – to think about both sides of something. Ie cost vs benefit.

          举重——思考事物的两面。即成本与效益。

          A company must weigh up the costs and benefits when changing their pricing.

          公司在改变定价时必须权衡成本和收益。

          Work out –to find the solution for something or to calculate something.

          解决-为某事找到解决方案或计算某事。

          The boss wants me to work out the total cost per unit.

          老板要我计算出每个单位的总成本。

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