How to Pronounce LDB?

Correct pronunciation for the word "LDB" is [ˌɛldˌiːbˈiː], [ˌɛldˌiːbˈiː], [ˌɛ_l_d_ˌiː_b_ˈiː].

What are the misspellings for LDB?

  • ldd,
  • kldb,
  • lkdb,
  • lpdb,
  • lxdb,
  • ldxb,
  • lcdb,
  • ldcb,
  • lfdb,
  • ldfb,
  • lrdb,
  • ldrb,
  • ldeb,
  • ldvb,
  • ldbv,
  • ldnb,
  • ldbn,
  • ldhb,
  • ldbh,
  • ldgb

"LDB" in context

LDB, or the Linux Database Manager, is an open source database system developed by the Linux Foundation. It is based on the same codebase as open source database PostgreSQL but has a number of additional features and functions. LDB is highly scalable and can be used to handle the largest of databases. It includes advanced features such as table partitioning, materialized views and multi-level transaction support. It can also be used to replicate data between different databases and even across different server locations. LDB provides robust server-side programming interfaces, enabling developers to quickly develop and deploy applications with a high degree of speed, efficiency, and accuracy.

Usage over time for LDB:

This graph shows how "LDB" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

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