- Bachelor of Surgery.
Origin of C.B.1
From the Latin word Chīrurgiae Baccalaureus
- British. Companion of the Bath.
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Examples from the Web for cb
CB: She must do everything she can to have as normal a life as possible.Cherie Blair's Advice for Michelle
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A Red force is reported to be advancing from the north on Kickapoo (cb').Manual of Military Training
James A. Moss
Similarly, po is the reaction at B and shear at any point of CB.
Cb Enter alphabetically, names of authors, with the title of their works, one author to a line.A Library Primer
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Hence set out the possible direction of B′s motion in the velocity diagram, namely cb1, at right angles to CB.
The tube, CB, Figure 4, has the same bore as the measuring tube in order to avoid corrections for capillarity.
- centre of buoyancy (of a boat, etc)
- Citizens' Band
- Companion of the (Order of the) Bath (an English title)
- County Borough
- (in Canada) Cape Breton Island
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Word Origin and History for cb
1959, abbreviation of citizens' band (radio).
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- A bipolar lead of an electrocardiograph that has electrodes attached to the chest and back.
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