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deb

 (dĕb)
n. Informal
A debutante.

deb

(dɛb)
n
informal short for debutante

deb

(dɛb)

n.
[1915–20, Amer.; by shortening]

deb.

debenture.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.deb - a young woman making her debut into societydeb - a young woman making her debut into society
adult female, woman - an adult female person (as opposed to a man); "the woman kept house while the man hunted"
Translations

deb

n (inf)Debütantin f
References in classic literature ?
"For Heaven's sake, pop thy hands under the pump, Deb! Upon my soul, if the London folk only knowed of thee and thy slovenly ways, they'd swaller their milk and butter more mincing than they do a'ready; and that's saying a good deal."
For a generation the general strike had been the dream of organized labour, which dream had arisen originally in the mind of Debs, one of the great labour leaders of thirty years before.
Debs, national leader of the American socialists at the time, the following words: "The labor leaders that cannot be bribed nor bullied, must be ambushed and murdered.
Sometime later, as she was contemplating her body of work (as she occasionally does when her writerly ego needs a boost), one of the other Canadians who attended the Congress happened to send out an abridged version of Deb's talk.
She told how "the whites of her eyes turned red" and she started biting and attacking Deb and partner Chris.
That dynamic tells us most of what we need to know about Deb. She had a kid when she was still a kid herself, and she hasn't managed to prevent Bridget from repeating her own mistakes.
Ordeal Both the boy and Deb were unconscious when they were pulled from the water and flown by RAF helicopter to North Devon District Hospital in Barnstaple.
Agartala (Tripura) [India], Nov 5 ( ANI ): Tripura Chief Minister Biplab Deb on Sunday expressed his wish to domesticate cows at the Chief Minister's residence here along with his family and consume its milk.
"How else do you think Sanjay gave a blow-by-blow account of the war to Dhritarashtra," Deb asked his puzzled audience a few weeks back.
Deb said that if an unemployed youth borrows Rs 75 thousand from the bank, then he can easily earn at least Rs 25,000 every month if he makes a little self-effort.
Deb is in the news for his seemingly bizarre statements.