[pah-buh] /ˈpɑ bə/
Para-aminobenzoic acid; a crystalline para form of aminobenzoic acid that is part of the vitamin B complex, is required by many organisms for the formation of folic acids, and is widely used in sunscreens to absorb ultraviolet light. Also called vitamin Bx.
Short for para-aminobenzoic acid. A crystalline form of aminobenzoic acid that is part of the vitamin B complex. It is a growth factor required by some microorganisms, and it is often used in sunscreens.
[pab-luh m] /ˈpæb ləm/ Trademark. 1. a brand of soft, bland cereal for infants. noun 2. (lowercase) trite, naive, or simplistic ideas or writings; intellectual pap. /ˈpɑːbləm/ noun 1. trademark a cereal food for infants, developed in Canada See pabulum.
/German paːpst/ noun 1. G(eorge) W(ilhelm). 1885–1967, German film director, whose films include Joyless Street (1925), Pandora’s Box (1929), and The Last Act (1954)
[pab-yuh-luh m] /ˈpæb yə ləm/ noun 1. something that nourishes an animal or vegetable organism; food; nutriment. 2. material for intellectual nourishment. 3. (def 2). /ˈpæbjʊləm/ noun (rare) 1. food 2. food for thought, esp when bland or dull n. “food” for anything, 1670s, from Latin pabulum “fodder, food, nourishment,” from PIE root *pa- “to […]
1. an automatically operated PBX. abbreviation (in Britain) 1. private automatic branch exchange See also PBX Private Automatic Branch eXchange private automatic branch exchange