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fibre

[ fahy-ber ]
/ ˈfaɪ bər /
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noun Chiefly British.
a variant of fiber.
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British Dictionary definitions for fibre

fibre

US fiber

/ (ˈfaɪbə) /

noun

Derived forms of fibre

fibred or US fibered, adjectivefibreless or US fiberless, adjective

Word Origin for fibre

C14: from Latin fibra filament, entrails
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