Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Ab"

The meaning of "Ab" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Also likes AB's inkpot [something fierce] mean?
A: “Something fierce” is a colloquial way to say “very much” or “a lot”. She likes the inkpot very much.
Q: What does 'AB in Broadcasting' , 'BS in Information Technology'. What do 'AB' and 'BS' means? 🤔 These are from a curriculum of a colleage. mean?
A: Bachelor of arts and bachelor of sciences

Translations of "Ab"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? AB 公司是AA公司在韓國的海外分公司
A: AB is the overseas branch of AA in Korea.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Gentile AB
Allego alla presente (mail) il mio CV
A: @abarbato Dear AB, Please find enclosed by CV in English
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? AB kaisa feel ho raha hai tumko
A: how do you feel now?
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? AB hum sawan ke mahine me milege
A: Check the question to view the answer

Other questions about "Ab"

Q: A: Hello, This is AB company Bill speaking.
B: Hello, This is CD company Tom speaking. What can I help you?
A: May I speak with Mr. Park?
B: Sorry, it is not available because he already left. As you may our big holiday ‘Gujung’ begins from tomorrow so almost employees were left to go to their hometowns. May I give his phone number so that you could contact with him?
A: No Thank you. It’s okay. Bye.
Does this sound natural?
A: 'what can I help you?' - people often say 'how can I help you', but you can also say 'what can I help you *with*'

'Sorry, it is not available' - you are talking about Mr. Park. Mr. Park is a *he* not 'it'. *he is not available*

'As you may ....*know*? ' - I think you forgot a word here

'begins from tomorrow' - you do not need 'from'

'almost employees were left' - *most employees *have left'

'contact with him' - you do not need 'with'

good job!
Q: Please show me how to pronounce AB:AC=BP:PC.
A: Ok, ratios are typically written as vertical fractions: AB/AC = BP/PC, in which case it would be read "A B over AC equals B P over P C". If you use the division symbol, I guess you could say "A B divided by A C equals B P divided by P C", but that would not be standard. At least it wasn't standard in my school days.
Q: this is AB which made from A and B. Does this sound natural?
A: 元の文脈、お願いします。

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