BVNT

Bank of Ventura California (Business » NASDAQ Symbols)

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  • BVNT — abbr. Bank of Ventura CA NASDAQ …   Dictionary of abbreviations

  • bunch — [bʌntʃ] noun I 1) [C] a group or set of similar things that are fastened together a bunch of grapes/flowers/keys[/ex] 2) [singular] informal a group of people They re a lovely bunch who have made me feel welcome.[/ex] 3) bunches [plural] British… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • buntal — [ bʌnt(ə)l] noun the straw from a talipot palm used for making hats. Origin early 20th cent.: from Tagalog …   English new terms dictionary

  • bunch — /bʌntʃ / (say bunch) noun 1. a connected group; cluster: a bunch of bananas. 2. any group of people: a bunch of spectators. 3. World War I Colloquial a group of soldiers forming a unit. 4. any collection of things: a bunch of forms. 5. a knob;… …   Australian English dictionary

  • buncher resonator — /bʌntʃə ˈrɛzəneɪtə/ (say bunchuh rezuhnaytuh) noun → klystron …   Australian English dictionary

  • bunches — /ˈbʌntʃəz/ (say bunchuhz) plural noun a woman s hairstyle in which the hair is divided into two sections, is tied tight to the scalp, and falls loose below the ties …   Australian English dictionary

  • bunchgrass — /ˈbʌntʃgras/ (say bunchgrahs) noun any of various perennial grass species that tend to grow in discrete clumps and does not spread by stolons or rhizomes, as wire grass. Also, clumping grass …   Australian English dictionary

  • bunchy — /ˈbʌntʃi/ (say bunchee) adjective (bunchier, bunchiest) 1. having bunches. 2. bulging or protuberant …   Australian English dictionary

  • bunchy top — /ˈbʌntʃi tɒp/ (say bunchee top) noun a viral disease affecting a number of crops but especially banana trees, which is transmitted by the banana aphid Pentalonia nigronervosa …   Australian English dictionary

  • bundt cake — /ˈbʌnt keɪk/ (say bunt kayk) noun a dessert cake in a distinctive fluted ring shape. {American English, from German Bund ring shaped cake, literally, something joined} …   Australian English dictionary

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