- 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
Examples from the Web for carbs
Contemporary Examples of carbs
“I had no sugars, no dairy, I had no carbs,” James announced with pride.2014 NBA Preview: Skinny LeBron and the Racist Ghost of Donald Sterling
October 27, 2014
But if you give up both animal protein and carbs, what are you supposed to eat?The Biggest Myths and Truths About Baby Making
July 25, 2014
After their workout I suggest a meal that is high in protein, but no limit on carbs.When Is It OK to Cheat? The Pros and Cons of Cheat Days
July 14, 2014
First I cut out all fats, then all carbs, then practically all solid food.Are Britain’s Private Schools Breeding Grounds For Anorexia?
March 3, 2014
And then there are the effects of carbs on exercise and sport performance and adaptation.Carbs 101: The Truth About Carbohydrates
January 17, 2014
Word Origin and History for carbs