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noun [C] uk   us   /ˌemˈbiː/

MB noun [C] (QUALIFICATION)

UK (US BM) abbreviation for Bachelor of Medicine: a degree in medicine, or a person who has this degree

MB noun [C] (COMPUTING)

written abbreviation for megabyte: a unit used in measuring the amount of information a computer can store, which has the value 1,048,576 bytes
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