The top 10 most common business jargon phrases are: It's a no-brainer - 32 percent use this at least once a day Thinking outside the box - 30 percent At the end of the day - 26 percent It's a win-win situation - 26 percent Touch base - 25 percent Going forward - 24 percent 110 per cent - 21 percent Close of play - 20 percent It's on my radar - 19 percent Flagging up - 19 percent ( ANI ) ]]> Copyright 2012 aninews.
What does TB stand for?
TB stands for Touch Base
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
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See other definitions of TB
We have 44 other meanings of TB in our Acronym Attic
- Toronto Bluejays
- Torpedo Boat (military watercraft)
- Torsion Bar
- Total Bases (baseball)
- Total Bilirubin (biology)
- Total Biomass (yield)
- Total Blockout
- Total Body
Samples in periodicals archive:
and Pakistani officials, he said, was an important opportunity to touch base with Pakistan to ensure that this civilian assistance continues and to look at our priorities and make sure that they match Pakistans.
Providing a remarkable and vivid account of Nen's family and friends, loved ones, and those close, White Tree portrays Nen and details her most personal intricacies, as well as those in missing her, however never does touch base with the actual enigmatic character of Nen.
Cherney recommends if a student is interested in working as a Federal employee for SDDC, or any other Federal agency, to first touch base with their school's guidance counselor.
I don't like that, but I will be making a trip down there in a month or two to touch base with them.
around (in the place of "about"), awesome, ballpark figure, basically, basis ("on a weekly basis" in place of "weekly" and so on), bear with me, between a rock and a hard place, blue sky (thinking), boggles the mind, bottom line, crack troops, diamond geezer (that's a new one to this American who hasn't been in England for years), epicentre (used incorrectly), glass half full (or half empty), going forward, I hear what you're saying, in terms of, it's not rocket science, literally, move the goal-posts, ongoing, prioritise, pushing the envelope, singing from the same hymn sheet, the fact of the matter is, thinking outside the box, to be honest, to be perfectly honest, touch base, up to (in place of "about"), and value-added (in general use).
Like most people, I congregated with my coworkers around a tiny television that morning, returning to my isolated cubicle only to use the phone to touch base with other significant people in my life.