Br



bedroom.
bromine.
brick.
Britain.
British.
bedroom.
branch.
brass.
brig.
bronze.
brother.
brown.
bills receivable.
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abbreviation
brother
Also B/R. bills receivable
abbreviation
Brazil
abbreviation
(in a religious order) Brother
Chemical symbol
bromine
abbreviation
(formerly) British Rail
Brazil (international car registration)
abbreviation
Britain
British
Br
The symbol for bromine.
bromine
(brō’mēn)
Symbol Br
A reddish-brown volatile element of the halogen group found in compounds occurring in ocean water. The pure form is a nonmetallic liquid that gives off a highly irritating vapor. It is used to make dyes, sedatives, and photographic film. Atomic weight 79.904; atomic number 35; melting point 7.2°C; boiling point 58.78°C; specific gravity 3.12; valence 1, 3, 5, 7. See Periodic Table.
bedroom
Breton
bromine
brown
bedroom
bills receivable
Brazil (international vehicle ID)
branch
brief
Britain
British
brother
Latin Bancus Regis (King’s Bench)
Latin Bancus Reginae (Queen’s Bench)

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