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Citizens Advice Bureau, the

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishCitizens Advice Bureau, thethe Citizens Advice BureauˌCitizens Adˈvice ˌBureau, the (abbreviation CAB)  a British organization supported by the government which gives free advice to ordinary people about legal, financial, and other problems. Most towns and cities in the UK have a Citizens Advice Bureau, and most of the people who work for it are volunteers (=they are not paid for their work).
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