What Does BBC Mean?

BBC means "British Broadcasting Corporation" or "Big Black Cock."British Broadcasting CorporationThe abbreviation BBC is widely recognized as the initials of the British Broadcasting Corporation, a public service broadcaster. The BBC is primarily funded by an annual television license fee, paid by all British households, companies, and organizations which use any type of equipment to receive or record live television broadcasts. The BBC World Service broadcasts around the world in 28 languages.Big Black CockOn online dating sites and adult chat forums, BBC is used with the meaning "Big Black Cock."

Summary of Key Points

"British Broadcasting Corporation" is the most common definition for BBC on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok. BBC
Definition:British Broadcasting Corporation
Type:Abbreviation
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1: Easy to guess
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On online dating sites, such as Craigslist, Tinder, Zoosk and Match.com, BBC also means "Big Black Cock." BBC
Definition:Big Black Cock
Type:Abbreviation
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4: Guessable
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When I write BBC, I mean this:
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BBC more commonly means "British Broadcasting Corporation."

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Examples of BBC in Sentences

Here"s an example of BBC being used in conversation:TV Reporter 1: Have you heard that Dion Dublin, the ex-Premier League soccer player, was famous for his BBC?TV Reporter 2: I had. But, I never thought that I would hear about that during a live broadcast on the BBC!(Here, BBC means both "Big Black Cock" and "British Broadcasting Corporation.")

An Academic Look at BBC

Whether used with the meaning "Big Black Cock" or "British Broadcasting Corporation," BBC is an initialism abbreviation. This means it is pronounced using its individual letters (i.e., Bee Bee Cee). Initialisms are different to acronyms, which are spoken like words.
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See Also

BHS (British home stores)BNP (British national party)BSL (British sign language)BT (British telecom)CBI (confederation of British industry)GBP (great British pounds)COCKY (overly confident)
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