One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
To be determined or decided.‘the time is TBD, but we're going to assume it will fall around 7 p.m.’
- ‘Fans can enjoy free samples at a TBD location along the concourse.’
- ‘I'm working on Sunday, but I've arranged lunches and dinners TBD.’
- ‘It will be released in the fall, date TBD.’
- ‘Watch this space for news on Maria's Instructional League team, which is still TBD.’
- ‘Price and availability are still TBD, but you can bet I'll be all over it with a review.’
- ‘Another major scheme underway is being undertaken by developers TBD on the site of the former garage.’
- ‘Decision-making on new commitments will become more difficult as we move toward the spring UK general election, exact date TBD.’
- ‘If he doesn't win that heat, Mick will surf against a TBD opponent in Round 5.’
- ‘They will hold a public workshop, venue TBD.’
- ‘Date is TBD, although probably May sometime.’
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