The second letter of the basic modern Latin alphabet. (noun)
A blood type that has a specific antigen that aggravates the immune response in people with type A antigen in their blood. They can receive blood from type B or type O, but cannot receive blood from AB or A. (noun)
The symbol for boron. (noun)
Hexadecimal symbol for 11. (noun)
IUPAC 1-letter abbreviation for either glutamine or glutamic acid (noun)
The second letter of the English alphabet, called bee and written in the Latin script. (noun)
The ordinal number second, derived from this letter of the English alphabet, called bee and written in the Latin script. (noun)
A personality type of someone who is relaxed and easygoing and able to engage in leisure activities without worrying about work. (noun)
An academic grade, better than a C and worse than an A (noun)
Signifies a second-tier or second class of a given commodity, group, or category, as in B-movie, B-list, etc. (noun)
Alternate or secondary part, as the back side of a phonograph record. Contrasted with A, which is the primary part. (noun)
The seventh note in the C major scale. (noun)
the number of balls faced by a batsman (abbreviation)
The quantity one billion (1,000,000,000), usually used to signify a sum of money (abbreviation)
The grade of pencil that makes darker marks than grade HB but lighter marks than grade 2B; a pencil with soft lead. (abbreviation)
Examples of word B
While Brooks gave highest marks to ABC ( "A"), Clinton a "B," and Obama a "D+," I'm scoring ABC with a C -, Clinton a B -, and Obama to B-- he'd get a B+ for not losing his temper, if I practiced grade inflation.
So far, at least 16 genes have been identified encoding 4 subfamilies of the regulatory subunits: B, B′, B″ and B′″
She earned a B, a B+, a grudging A -; her grammar improved as she read and worked in her other classes.
If he were a teacher, and not a senior White House adviser and the towering former chairman of the Federal Reserve, he says, he would have given the new rules just an ordinary B-- not even a B-plus.
Overall, I would grade our outlook a B/B+, but lean towards the B+.