Translation for 'Abb' from English to Slovak
NOUN   an abb | abbs
SYNO ABB | Alex Boncayao Brigade | Revolutionary Proletarian Army | ...
asas {n}
A double flat <Abb>
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Translation for 'Abb' from English to Slovak

A double flat <Abb>
asas {n}hudba
Usage Examples English
  • ... abb. PCCW) in the same year.
  • The company was under two backdoor listing, which the company was formerly known as New World Mobile Holdings (abb. ...
  • ... , abb. CANACO) are local chambers of commerce in Mexico.
  • ... , abb. "UKC Ljubljana") or Ljubljana UMC is the largest hospital centre in Slovenia based in Ljubljana.
  • In 2008, the Albanian National Council (Albanian: "Këshilli Kombëtar i Shqiptarëve", abb. ...

  • Saint Joseph College (Kolese Santo Yusup (abb. KOSAYU) or Hwa Ind in Tionghua Indonesia) is a privately owned Catholic school in Malang, East Java, Indonesia, providing education to students from kindergarten to senior high level.
  • Comparative adjectives and adverbs are formed by adding "-abb/-ebb/-bb" to the "adjective" stem: "gyors" ("quick"), "gyorsabb" ("quicker"), "gyorsan" ("quickly"), "gyorsabban" ("more quickly").
  • The Open Network (previously Telegram Open Network, both abb. ...
  • HGC Global Communications Limited, formerly known as Hutchison Global Communications Limited (abb. ...
  • Research and production association (abb. NPO), also a research and production enterprise (abb.

  • Mantovani (abb. of "Ingegnere Enzo Mantovani") is an Italian construction company based in Padua, Veneto.
  • Quality Football Ireland Designated Activity Company formerly known as Quality Football Ireland Limited (abb. QFIL) is a Republic of Ireland incorporated company.
  • New Silk Route Partners LLC, abb as NSR, is a $1.4-billion private equity firm that invests in private companies in India, Asia, and the Middle East.
  • Cathalán probably belonged to the Fermanagh family, as he his obit in the Annals of the Four Masters state he was "abb Daimhinsi" or Abbot of Devenish Island upon his death.
  • or known as FriulAdria in short (abb. of Friuli and Adriatic Sea), is an Italian bank, which is part of Crédit Agricole Italia, the Italian arm of French banking group Crédit Agricole.

  • His entries in the "Félire Óengusso" praise him as an "angelic bush of gold" ("doss óir ainglech") and "an abbot fair and train-having" ("abb cain clíarach").
  • China Railway Erju is formerly listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange; In turn, Erju (literally means the second bureau the former Ministry of Railways) is an indirect subsidiary of China Railway Group Limited (also abb.
  • In German-speaking countries, various terms for goods station are used including "Güterbahnhof" in Germany (abb: "Gbf") and Switzerland (abb: "GB"), "Frachtenbahnhof" ("Fbf") in Austria; "Umschlagbahnhof" (Ubf) for transshipment station and "Containerbahnhof" or "Containerterminal" ("CT") for container station or terminal.
  • The code consists of a dictionary of common words or phrases and their associated abbreviations.
  • Æbbe, also called Tabbs, (c. 615 – 683) was an Anglian abbess and noblewoman.

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