- a carburetor.
Origin of carb1
- to eat large quantities of carbohydrates before a major physical exertion in order to store up energy (usually followed by up): Some marathon runners carb up on spaghetti the night before a race.
Origin of carb2
- variant of carbo- before a vowel: carbazole.
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Contemporary Examples of carb
The 10 Nutrients Athletes Need Most Carb Cycling for Weight Loss: Does It Work?Does Intermittent Fasting Really Work?
March 6, 2014
This protein and carb combo will help with keep you satisfied, full, and give you lasting energy, says Zied.Can’t Sleep? Your Guide to a Better Night’s Rest
January 24, 2014
That leaves you with 20 percent of your daily carb intake to have at other times of the day.
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Carb Conundrum To be clear, carbs are by themselves neither good nor bad.
Historical Examples of carb
Word Origin and History for carb
- Variant ofcarbo-