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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlablab /læb/ ●●● S3 noun [countable] informal  TBa laboratory the school science lab
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labIt was a fun lab project.As a stores manager, Horne finds that the quantity of 1,1, 1 used in labs is small.The anti-viral drug has also been shown to inhibit the growth of borna virus in lab tests.In the forties, many lab scientists labored at their benches pursuing vaccines with inactivated or killed viruses.He was known for facilitating the process whereby tumor markers, or lab tests for tumors, were brought into the marketplace.This is Graham's lab of effusion.This is Gram's lab of diffusion.SunSoft Inc claims to have a multiprocessing version of Solaris 2.0-on-Intel running in the lab.
Related topics: Groupings
LabLabPPGthe written abbreviation of Labour, in British politics
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