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fab

[ fab ]
/ fæb /
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adjective Slang.
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Origin of fab

First recorded in 1960–65; by shortening
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How to use fab in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for fab (1 of 3)

fab1
/ (fæb) informal, mainly British /

adjective
short for fabulous
interjection
an expression of approval or enthusiasm

British Dictionary definitions for fab (2 of 3)

FAB2

abbreviation for
flavoured alcoholic beverage
fuel air bomb

British Dictionary definitions for fab (3 of 3)

F.A.B.

interjection
British an expression of agreement to, or acknowledgment of, a command

Word Origin for F.A.B.

C20: from British television series Thunderbirds
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