The second letter of the basic modern Latin alphabet. (noun)
voiced bilabial plosive (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)
Alternative form of b.. (abbreviation)
latitude in the galactic coordinate system (noun)
Examples of word b
The division-frame itself is closed by having two sheets of zinc run into it as shown in fig. 2, the one marked _b b b b_, and partly drawn out, being of solid sheet zinc; and _a a_, the other in the frame, of perforated zinc; _d_, being the screw-nut (like those in the bee-frames) by means of which it can be drawn out into the observation-frame, &c.
Or again, he noticed that if b is the length of the side of a square, then bÂ² represents its area, and bÂ³ the volume of the cube with edge equal to b.
Demz b speshul sunglarsis wif teh mirrer sew u cna sii hoo is following u n teh blak vanâ€¦..b caerful!
ËœThe boy sangâ„¢ is simply ËœSang (b)â„¢, where Ëœbâ„¢ is a an unstructured symbol that stands for the boy in question (and presents him in a certain way).
ÂˆÂ« M pm (s, t Â‰ | a, b Â‰) (st Â‰) dÃÂ and likewise when (a, bÂ²),