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CB

abbr.
1. Sports center back
2. citizens band
3. Football cornerback

cb

abbreviation for
(Nautical Terms) centre of buoyancy (of a boat, etc)

Cb

the chemical symbol for
(Elements & Compounds) columbium

CB

abbreviation for
1. (Broadcasting) Citizens' Band
2. Companion of the (Order of the) Bath (an English title)
3. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) County Borough
4. (Placename) (in Canada) Cape Breton Island

CB

1. citizens band.
2. continental breakfast.

Cb


Chem. Symbol.
columbium.
Translations

CB

A. N ABBR
1. =Citizens' Band RadioBC f
2. =Companion (of the Order) of the Bath título honorífico británico
B. ABBR (Mil) =confined to barracks
C. CPD CB Radio Nradio f de BC, BC f

CB

[ˌsiːˈbiː] n abbr
(=Citizens' Band) → CB f
(British) (=Companion of (the Order of) the Bath) titre honorifique

CB

abbr of CitizensBandCB; CB radioCB-Funk m

CB

[ˌsiːˈbiː] n abbr
a. (Brit) =Companion (of the Order) of the Bath titolo onorifico
b. =Citizens' Band (Radio)C.B. m
CB radio (set) → baracchino
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