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B

noun /biː/
the second letter of the English alphabet
B
‘Beetle’ begins with a B.
(music) the seventh note in the scale of C major
B
The next note you have to play is a B.
the second highest mark which a student can get for a piece of work or in an examination
Notable
She got a B for her geography project.
used to refer to the second of two different things or people
B
Imagine that A wants to sell his car to B, what is he required to do by law? Most people choose Option B because it is cheaper than Option A.
B-road /ˈbiːˌroud/ noun a minor road in Britain that is smaller than an A-road
Carretera menor mas pequeña que una A-Road; Presente en Inglaterra
I enjoy driving in the countryside along the B-roads.
(Definition of B from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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