BBM

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BBM

abbreviation for
(Telecommunications) BlackBerry Messenger: an instant messaging application for BlackBerry devices
n
(Telecommunications) a message sent or received using BlackBerry Messenger
vb
(Telecommunications) to send a message using BlackBerry Messenger

BBM


Past participle: BBMed
Gerund: BBMing

Imperative
BBM
BBM
Present
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we BBM
you BBM
they BBM
Preterite
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we BBMed
you BBMed
they BBMed
Present Continuous
I am BBMing
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he/she/it is BBMing
we are BBMing
you are BBMing
they are BBMing
Present Perfect
I have BBMed
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he/she/it has BBMed
we have BBMed
you have BBMed
they have BBMed
Past Continuous
I was BBMing
you were BBMing
he/she/it was BBMing
we were BBMing
you were BBMing
they were BBMing
Past Perfect
I had BBMed
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he/she/it had BBMed
we had BBMed
you had BBMed
they had BBMed
Future
I will BBM
you will BBM
he/she/it will BBM
we will BBM
you will BBM
they will BBM
Future Perfect
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they will have BBMed
Future Continuous
I will be BBMing
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we will be BBMing
you will be BBMing
they will be BBMing
Present Perfect Continuous
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Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been BBMing
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you will have been BBMing
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Past Perfect Continuous
I had been BBMing
you had been BBMing
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we had been BBMing
you had been BBMing
they had been BBMing
Conditional
I would BBM
you would BBM
he/she/it would BBM
we would BBM
you would BBM
they would BBM
Past Conditional
I would have BBMed
you would have BBMed
he/she/it would have BBMed
we would have BBMed
you would have BBMed
they would have BBMed
References in periodicals archive ?
If however, the increase in spending we have seen had been accompanied by tax increases, output would still have risen, but the balanced budget multiplier effect would have been to raise output by half to two thirds of that which we have seen, and hence inflationary pressure would have been less.
In principles of macroeconomics textbooks, the simple balanced budget multiplier is always unity.
The macroeconomic literature has long agreed that the balanced budget multiplier is positive.
In economists' jargon, this argument suggests that the balanced budget multiplier for interest payments is negative.