UAB: University of Alabama at Birmingham


What does UAB mean? UAB stands for University of Alabama at Birmingham. If you are visiting our non-English version and want to see the English version of University of Alabama at Birmingham, please scroll down to the bottom and you will see the meaning of University of Alabama at Birmingham in English language. Keep in mind that the abbreviation of UAB is widely used in industries like banking, computing, educational, finance, governmental, and health. In addition to UAB, University of Alabama at Birmingham may be short for other acronyms.

UAB = University of Alabama at Birmingham

Looking for general definition of UAB? The UAB means University of Alabama at Birmingham. We are proud to list acronym of UAB in the largest database of abbreviations and acronyms. The following image shows one of the definitions of UAB in English: University of Alabama at Birmingham. You can download the image file to print or send it to your friends via email, Facebook, Twitter, or TikTok.

UAB: University of Alabama at Birmingham

Meanings of UAB in English

As mentioned above, UAB is used as an acronym in text messages to represent University of Alabama at Birmingham. This page is all about the acronym of UAB and its meanings as University of Alabama at Birmingham. Please note that University of Alabama at Birmingham is not the only meaning of UAB. There may be more than one definition of UAB, so check it out on our dictionary for all meanings of UAB one by one.

Definition in English: University of Alabama at Birmingham

Other Meanings of UAB

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