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APB

abbr.
all points bulletin

APB

(in the US) abbreviation for
all-points bulletin

APB


pl. APBs, APB's
all-points bulletin.
Translations

APB

[ˌeɪpiːˈbiː] n abbr (US) (=all points bulletin) → alerte f à toutes les patrouilles

APB

(US) abbr of all points bulletin; to put out an APB on somebodynach jdm eine Fahndung einleiten
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