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Lab

 (lăb)
n. often lab
A Labrador retriever.

lab

 (lăb)
n.
A laboratory.

lab

(læb)
n
1. short for laboratory
2. (Breeds) short for Labrador retriever

lab

(læb)

n.
laboratory.
[1890–95; by shortening]

Lab.

1. Laborite.
2. Labrador.

lab.

1. labor.
2. laboratory.
3. laborer.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.lab - a workplace for the conduct of scientific researchlab - a workplace for the conduct of scientific research
bio lab, biology lab, biology laboratory - a laboratory for biological research
chem lab, chemistry lab, chemistry laboratory - a laboratory for research in chemistry
defense laboratory - a laboratory devoted to research and development for national defense
lab bench, laboratory bench - a workbench in a laboratory
physics lab, physics laboratory - a laboratory for research in physics
workplace, work - a place where work is done; "he arrived at work early today"
Translations
laboratoř
laboratorium
laboratoriolabra
laboratorij
ラボ
실험실
laboratórium
laboratorij
labb
ตัวย่อของห้องทดลองทางวิทยาศาสตร์
phòng thí nghiệm

lab

[læb]
A. N ABBR =laboratorylaboratorio m
B. CPD lab coat Nbata f de laboratorio
lab technician Ntécnico/a m/f de laboratorio

lab

[ˈlæb] n abbr (=laboratory) → labo m

lab

[læb] n (fam) → laboratorio

laboratory

(ləˈborətəri) , ((American) ˈlӕbrəto:ri) plural laˈboratories noun
(abbreviated to lab (lab) ) a place where scientific experiments are carried on or where drugs etc are prepared. Samples of her blood were sent to the hospital lab(oratory) for testing.

lab

مُخْتَبَرٌ laboratoř laboratorium Labor επιστημονικό εργαστήριο laboratorio laboratorio labo laboratorij laboratorio ラボ 실험실 lab lab laboratorium laboratório лаборатория labb ตัวย่อของห้องทดลองทางวิทยาศาสตร์ laboratuvar phòng thí nghiệm 实验室

lab

n (fam) laboratorio; (result) resultado de laboratorio; Your labs were normal..Sus resultados de laboratorio son normales* ; cath — laboratorio de cateterismo
* The present tense is more appropriate for this sentence in Spanish.
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You can be very sure if there's a fire in a science lab that has 35 kids in it, somebody's going to want know where the local fire chief was [to enforce safe occupancy].
With an arsenal of high-tech equipment and a team of chemists, biologists, criminologists and forensic experts, the lab makes the crucial links between victim, criminal and crime scene.
Traditional round robin testing, in which the same sample is tested and passed from lab to lab, is impractical when dealing with a large number of labs and is inappropriate for destructive tests and many materials, particularly those affected by environmental conditions.
Since 1963, the College of American Pathologists has conducted proficiency surveys to determine how much cholesterol test results vary from lab to lab.