Other definitions for bn. (2 of 3)
Other definitions for bn. (3 of 3)
How to use bn. in a sentence
Then in 2008 along came the Indian group Tata, based in Mumbai, which bought them from Ford for $2.3bn.
After all, Russia just privatised $5.2bn of shares in Sberbank, the state savings bank.Hydraulic Fracking's Putting the Screws to Vladimir and Friends|Justin Green|September 28, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The supplementary budget includes €7.2bn in new taxes, including a big increase in wealth taxes, and €1.5bn in spending cuts.
David Sheff did, indeed, win the top BN Discover prize for nonfiction for his bestselling Beautiful Boy.
From Duncan Bn we pass on to consider the compositions of two men who hailed from the outlying parts of Gaeldom.
Copies of the first quarto are at BN and Princeton, but no copy of a 1668 quarto has been located.The Library of William Congreve|John C. Hodges
Comparison is expressed by adding bn or kn or adin (a verb meaning to be above) for the comparative, and apdi for the diminutive.
No, mo-run-geal, that is not a true thing that you have heard, that Donnacha Bn went under the wave years ago.
Not that Donnacha Bn sought in any way to keep back those who would fain know more.