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lab

[ lab ]
/ læb /
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noun
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Origin of lab

By shortening

Other definitions for lab (2 of 5)

Lab
[ lab ]
/ læb /

noun
Informal. Labrador retriever.

Origin of Lab

By shortening

Other definitions for lab (3 of 5)

LAB

or lab


abbreviation Slang.
life’s a bitch (used to acknowledge, often dismissively, a difficult or unfair circumstance).

Origin of LAB

From its use in digital communications

Other definitions for lab (4 of 5)

lab.

abbreviation
labor.
laboratory.
laborer.

Other definitions for lab (5 of 5)

Lab.

abbreviation
Laborite.
Labrador.
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How to use lab in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for lab (1 of 3)

lab
/ (læb) /

noun informal
short for laboratory
short for Labrador retriever

British Dictionary definitions for lab (2 of 3)

lab.

abbreviation for
laboratory
labour

British Dictionary definitions for lab (3 of 3)

Lab.

abbreviation for
politics Labour
Labrador
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