[fab-er-zhey for 1; fab-er-jey, -zhey or, French, fa-ber-zhey for 2] /ˌfæb ərˈʒeɪ for 1; ˌfæb ərˈdʒeɪ, -ˈʒeɪ or, French, fa bɛrˈʒeɪ for 2/
(Peter) Carl Gustavovich
[kahrl guh-stah-vuh-vich] /kɑrl gəˈstɑ və vɪtʃ/ (Show IPA), 1846–1920, Russian goldsmith and jeweler.
fine gold and enamel ware made in St. Petersburg, Russia, in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, much of it for the Russian court.
Peter Carl. 1846–1920, Russian goldsmith and jeweller, known for the golden Easter eggs and other ornate and fanciful objects that he created for the Russian and other royal families
- Fab fragment
Fab fragment (ěf’ā-bē’) n. The portion of an immunoglobulin molecule that binds the antigen.
[fey-bee-uh n] /ˈfeɪ bi ən/ adjective 1. seeking victory by delay and harassment rather than by a decisive battle as in the manner of Fabius Maximus: Fabian policy. 2. of or relating to the Fabian Society. noun 3. a member of or sympathizer with the Fabian Society. [fey-bee-uh n] /ˈfeɪ bi ən/ noun 1. Saint, […]
[fey-bee-uh-niz-uh m] /ˈfeɪ bi əˌnɪz əm/ noun 1. the theories of economic and social reform advocated by the Fabian Society. /ˈfeɪbɪəˌnɪzəm/ noun 1. the beliefs, principles, or practices of the Fabian Society
noun 1. a socialist organization founded in England in 1884, favoring the gradual spread of socialism by peaceful means. noun 1. an association of British socialists advocating the establishment of democratic socialism by gradual reforms within the law: founded in 1884