FBI

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FBI

  1. (US) Initialism of Federal Bureau of Investigation.
  2. (Britain) Federation of British Industry (1916–1965), forerunner of CBI (Confederation of British Industry).

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(Federal Bureau of Investigation):

  • CBI (California Bureau of Investigation)
  • GBI (Georgia Bureau of Investigation)

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FBI

  1. Fixed-bit index.
  2. (US, humorous) Female body inspector.
    • 2013, Jeffery Self, Straight People: A Spotter's Guide to the Fascinating World of Heterosexuals[1], Running Press, →ISBN:
      Groups of Heterosexuals gather in Daytona Beach to tan their normally pale skin, eat fried shrimp, and buy novelty T-shirts that say things like Don't talk to me until I've had my coffee! and FBI: Female Body Inspector.

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FBI m

  1. FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation)

German[edit]

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  • IPA(key): /ɛfbiːˈʔaɪ̯/
  • (file)

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FBI n or m (proper noun, strong, genitive FBIs)

  1. FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation)

Japanese[edit]

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Borrowed from English FBI.

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F(エフ)B(ビー)I(アイ) or F(エフ・)B(ビー・)I(アイ) (Efubīai or Efu Bī Ai

  1. Synonym of 連邦捜査局 (Renpō Sōsakyoku, Federal Bureau of Investigation); the FBI