SB

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Super Bowl

SB is a sports acronym that refers to the NFL championship game, which is one of the biggest sporting events in the world. The acronym is often accompanied by roman numerals indicating the Super Bowl number but depends on the logo designed for that year.

The SB pits the winner of the NFC and AFC against each other to determine who the champion of the NFL is for that year. The SB began on January 15th, 1967 and has taken place every year since.

Example

"Who won SBXLVIII?
IONO, I think Seattle."
The logo for Super Bowl 51 , which was hosted by Houston on February 5, 2017

The logo for Super Bowl 51 , which was hosted by Houston on February 5, 2017

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Last Updated: November 14, 2018

Meaning 2

Stolen bases

A baseball statistic that refers to the number of bases a player has stolen.

A player steals a base often by leading off the base he is on when the pitcher has the ball, then begins to run to the next base as the pitcher pitches the ball. Once the catcher gets the ball, he tries to throw out the runner before he gets to the base. If he is thrown out, it is recorded as CS.

Example

"He's got 5 SB in 3 games, pretty impressive!"

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Last Updated: October 1, 2014

Meaning 3

Should be

Can be used in a sentence or as a standalone response.

Example

"I sb at the game tonight, but I might be a little late."

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Last Updated: September 11, 2013

Meaning 4

Small blind

A poker term that refers to a forced bet taken by the person immediately to the left of the dealer.

Example

"What's the SB amount at this table?"

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Last Updated: August 15, 2014

Meaning 5

Smiling back

Might be a response to someone who sends a smile (s) to you; also written <SB>.

Example

"Thanks for the nice message. <SB>"

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Last Updated: October 9, 2013

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