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DBThe symbol used at the end of a Facebook post that indicates that the person posting is currently deucebooking.

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DBIn Hexidecimal number 219 is written as: db

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DBThe unit of measurement to compare the relative intensity of acoustic or electrical signal, equal to onetenth of a bel, named for American inventor Alexander Graham Bell (1847 to 1922). The logarithm [..]

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DBDecibels: A method for specifying the ratio of two signals. dB = 10 times the log of the ratio of the power of the two signals. This is equal to 20 times the ratio of their voltages, if the signals are driving equal impedances. Decibels are also used to describe a signal level by comparing it to a reference level. The reference is usually defined a [..]

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DBshortened form of douchebag

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DBshortened for Douche Bag or Dumb Bitch, Basically the same creature, with douche bag being the masculine form and dumb bitch being the feminine form

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DBDiarrhea Bubble. There are 5 different classes of pure, 100% Db's. CLASS ONE The regular Diarrhea Bubble that someone gets occasionally by eating something that doesn’t ‘mix’ well with [..]

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DBDrunk bitch. When a drunk person commits an act of excessive intoxication.

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DBA dumb bitch or a drunk bitch depending on the time and place.

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DBA decibel  the most awesome thing in the world. Contrary to popular opinion, the decibel is not exactly a pure measurement. It is a multiple  amplifying a sound by two decibels multiplies the freque [..]

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DBan acronym that can be used as a general insult for people you don't really like dead beat; dick brain; dick butt; ding bat; dirty bastard; dirty bitch; dirt bag; dirt box; douche bag; drew b [..]

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DBan emotocon flipping u off

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DBAn emoticon/smilie that represents a combination of :D (smiling) and the rightmost portion of d_b, a rare emoticon most frequently employed by east asian users, generally used to indicate thumbs up [..]

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DBdecibel

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DBSee Decibel

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DB deciBel. A logarithmic unit which defines the ratio between two powers P1 and P2. Ratio in dB = 10 log10 (P1/P2). The original unit was the Bel, named after Alexander Graham Bell, but is inconvenie [..]

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DBDecibels.

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DB database

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DBA network TV programme that is delayed for airing in a given market at a different time than the time it airs nationally.

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DBSee Instead decibel

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DBDefensive Back

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DBAbbreviation for decibel(s). One tenth of the common logarithm of the ratio of relative powers, equal to 0.1 B (bel). Note 1: The decibel is the conventional relative power ratio, rather than the bel, [..]

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DBAbbreviation. dB referenced to 1 microvolt. Used for receiver sensitivity measurement.

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DBDecibels. A logarithmic unit (typically of sound pressure) describing the ratio of that unit to a reference level.

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DBDatabase

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DBSee: decibel.

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DBSee decibel

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DBThe worldwide accepted abbreviation for decibel.

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DBDecibel

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DBDecibels (dB) are a unit measuring the intensity of noise.

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DBShort for decibel. Unit of measurement of loudness of sound.

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DBSee decibel.

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DBStands for Decibels. A unit measuring the intensity of noise.

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DBSee Defined Benefit Plan.

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DBDecibel

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DB1. A relative unit of measure between two sound or audio signal levels. A difference 1 dB is considered to be the smallest that can be detected by the human ear. An increase of 6 dB equals twice the s [..]

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DBdatabase Deutsche Bahn (German Railways)

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DB(n) a transuranic element(n) a logarithmic unit of sound intensity; 10 times the logarithm of the ratio of the sound intensity to some reference intensity

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DBSee decibel.

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DB  See "decibel".

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound.

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DB(n.) decibel; A unit of power ratio; the gain or loss in power in dB is equal to 10 times the logarithm of the power ratio. 1dB is approximately the smallest change in volume of sound which a normal e [..]

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DBDatabase  Database(DB) is a collection of organized information and data. In computer industry, database is an electronic filing system. Various techniques are used to model data structure. Most data [..]

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DB(in BTS) The DB version of the environment where a bug was found. If the application version is 1.023/34, the DB in the BTS must be 34. Related article: DB in Bug Tracking System.

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DBDecibels (dB) are a unit measuring the intensity of noise.

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DBDecibel  a measure of sound level and used as a measure of noise pollution. dBA indicates a weighting of the measurements to increase the importance of low frequency sounds

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound.

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound.

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DBDecibel. 1. A unit that measures loudness or power, named after Alexander Graham Bell (onetenth of a bel). 2. A unit of measurement of the loudness or intensity of sound. Audible sounds range from ab [..]

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DBDatabase. (Also see dB

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DBDecibels (dB) are a unit measuring the intensity of noise.

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DBDry Bulb Temperature

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DBA decibel describes the relative loudness of a sound.

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DBThe relative loudness of a sound is expressed in dB, short for decibel. As an example, the sound of a human voice talking is around 70 dB. (See also SRN.)

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound.

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DBDecibels (dB) are a unit measuring the intensity of noise.

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound.

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound.

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DB(Decibel) A unit of power (sound, optical or electrical) increase or decrease that is proportional to the exponential increase or decrease of power.

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DBA unit of measure of signal strength, usually the relation between a transmitted signal and a standard signal source.

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DBA measure of the power ratio of two signals. It is equal to ten times the logarithm of the ratio of the two the iris. DC Type Lens

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DBThe "db" (decibel) is a unit of measurement for ratios of sound level, power, voltage, and other quantities. The db is only meaningful when referenced to some actual value (e.g., speaker output: 93 db at one meter with 1 watt of input power). Back Back Home  Contact Us  About Us  Advertise  Car Audio H [..]

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound.

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DBAbbreviation of 'decibel', the unit for measuring sound power (volume).

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound. Back to top

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound.

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound.

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DBDecibel. A relative unit of measurement used frequently in electronic communications to describe power gain or loss. It is used to specify measured and calculated values in audio systems, microwave system gain calculations, satellite system linkbudget analysis, antenna power gain and in many other communications system measurements.

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound.

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound.

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DBStands for Decibels.

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound.

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DBThe relative loudness of a sound is expressed in dB, short for decibel. As an example, the sound of a human voice talking is around 70 dB. (See also SRN.)

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound. Back to top

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound.

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound.

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound. Back to top

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound.

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound. Back to top

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DBA unit used to indicate the intensity of sound. The lower the decibel rating, the quieter the operation of the unit.

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DBAbbreviation of decibel, the unit for measuring sound power (volume).

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DBThe relative loudness of a sound is expressed in dB, short for decibel. As an example, the sound of a human voice talking is around 70 dB. (See also SRN.)

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DBDecibels (dB) are a unit measuring the intensity of noise.

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound. Back to top

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound. Back to top

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound. Back to top

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound.

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound. Back to top

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound. Back to top

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound.

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound.

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound.

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound. Back to top

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound.

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DBDecibels (dB) are a unit measuring the intensity of noise.

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound.

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound. Back to top DOE

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound.

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound.

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound.

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound.

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound.

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound.

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound.

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound.

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound.

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DBA unit to measure sound.

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DB(Decibel)

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DBDecibel widely used to measure the loudness of sound. The decibel is more generally a measure of the ratio between two quantities,and can be used to express a variety of measurements in acoustics and [..]

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DBBasically, a measure of the power ratio of two signals. In system use, a measure of the voltage ratio of two signals, provided they are measured across a common impedance.

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DBDecibel. A unit used to express relative difference in power or intensity, usually between two acoustic or electric signals, equal to ten times the common logarithm of the ratio of the two levels.

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DBDecibel, a logarithmic ratio between two signals.

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DBDebit journal

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DBDecibel

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DBDatabase or Data Base

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DBDecibel, an expression of ratio (usually that of power levels) in the form of log base 10. A reference may be specified, for example, dBm is referenced to milliwatts, dBW is referenced to Watts, etc. Example: 20 dBm = 1020/10 = 102 = 100 milliwatts.

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DBA network TV programme that is delayed for airing in a given market at a different time than the time it airs nationally.

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DBDramabeans

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DBStands for Decibels. A unit measuring the intensity of noise.

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DBDry Bulb Temperature

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DBA decibel describes the relative loudness of a sound on a logarithmic scale.

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DBStands for Decibels. A unit measuring the intensity of noise.

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DBDecibels (dB) are a unit measuring the intensity of noise.

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DBDecibels (dB) are a unit measuring the intensity of noise.

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound.

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound.

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DBStands for decibel, which measures sound levels.

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound.

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound.

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound.

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound.

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound.

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DBDecibel

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DBDecibel.

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DBDive Bomber (Carrier Vessels)

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound.

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound.

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound.

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound.

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound.

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound.

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DBA decibel is a unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound.

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DBDisparition brusque. See disappearing solar filament. definition courtesy of: NWS Space Weather Prediction Center

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DBCommunication engineers like to express large power ratios in logarithmic decibels (dB). Every factor of 10 in magnitude is a ratio of 10 dB. Thus, an antenna gain of 1015

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DBA measure of how loud sounds are or sound intensity (abbreviation for decibel).

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DB<p>Decibels are used to express a power ratio, voltage ratio or sound level. Every 3dB, the relative power doubles or halves. See formulas:<br>

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DBDecibel

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DBdefined benefit (scheme where the employer promises a specific level of benefit defined by a formula based on the employee’s earnings and/or years of service)

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DBDecibels (dB) are a unit measuring the intensity of noise.

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DBSee Decibel

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DBAn abbreviation for decibel(s). One tenth of the common logarithm of the ratio of relative powers, equal to 0.1 B (bel). The decibel is the conventional relative power ratio, rather than the bel, for [..]

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DB
Symbol for dubnium.

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DBDecibels (dB) are a unit measuring the intensity of noise.

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DBA unit to measure sound.

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DBVehicle type: Double Decker Buses

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DBDecibels (dB) are a unit measuring the intensity of noise.

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