DAB

Digital Audio Broadcasting. A broadcast radio standard developed by ETSI.

DAB

Digital Audio Broadcasting

Dab

A type of flatfish often caught when fishing in the river esk estuary

Dab

a fish also caught by north east anglers. Sometimes targeted by match anglers / fishermen.

dab

  1. a light touch or stroke
  2. a small quantity of something moist or soft

dab

[n] - a small quantity of something moist or soft 2. [v] - apply (usually a liquid) to a surface 3. [v] - hit lightly
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Dab

• (n.) A gentle blow with the hand or some soft substance; a sudden blow or hit; a peck. • (n.) A name given to several species of flounders, esp. to the European species, Pleuronectes limanda. The American rough dab is Hippoglossoides platessoides. • (n.) A skillful hand; a dabster; an expert. • (v. i.) To strike or touch gentl...
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dab

splash noun a small quantity of something moist or liquid; `a dab of paint`; `a splatter of mud`; `just a splash of whiskey`
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Dab

Dab (dăb) noun [ Perh. corrupted from adept .] A skillful hand; a dabster; an expert. [ Colloq.] « One excels at a plan or the titlepage, another works away at the body of the book, and the third is a dab at an index.» Goldsmith.
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Dab

Dab noun [ Perh. so named from its quickness in diving beneath the sand. Confer Dabchick .] (Zoology) A name given to several species of flounders, esp. to the European species, Pleuronectes limanda . The American rough dab is Hippoglossoides platessoides .
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dab

any of the flatfishes of the genus Limanda, family Pleuronectidae, found in the North Atlantic and North Pacific. Dabs are right-eyed flatfish—i.e., ...
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Dab

Dab is a common name for several species of marine flat fish of the families Bothidae and Pleuronectidae, the flat fishes, particularly species of the genus Limanda and in North America Limanda and Citharichthys. The common dab is of a pale-brownish colour spotted with white on the side which it usually keeps uppermost, and white on the underside, ...
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Dab

Dab is British slang for fingerprint.
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DAB

Delayed Accessory Bus
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DAB

Digital Audio Broadcast, details ...
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DAB

Digital Audio Broadcasting (Comms)
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DAB

Digital Audio Broadcasting (DAB) is a technology for broadcasting audio programming in digital form. DAB streams are generally of a higher quality and less susceptible to noise interference. DAB also provides the ability to stream text-based information that is related to the broadcast.
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DAB

Digital Audio Broadcasting, as in DAB digital radio.
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DAB

Digital Audio Broadcasting. National, regional and local radio stations that can only be received by special DAB radio receivers.
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DAB

Digital Audio Broadcasting. This new digital radio standard has the benefit to deliever your favorite radio station without any interferences and allows more interactivity. DAB availability is different from country to country.
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DAB

Driver AirBag (module)
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Dab

Limanda limanda (L.)
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DAB

See digital broadcasting.
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dab

Small marine flatfish of the flounder family, especially the genus Limanda. Dabs live in the North Atlantic and around the coasts of Britain and Scandinavia. Species include L. limanda which grows to about 40 cm/16 in, and the American dab L. proboscida, which grows to 30 cm/12 in. Bo...
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Dab

This flatfish is variety of flounder that features a sweet, firm flesh.
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