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BD, Bd or bd may refer to:


  • In science and technology 1
    • In computing 1.1
    • In biology and medicine 1.2
  • Arts and entertainment 2
  • Places 3
  • Businesses and organizations 4
  • Other uses 5

In science and technology

In computing

  • Baud (Bd), an information unit
  • %BD, the Url Encoded version of the one half (½) symbol
  • Blu-ray Disc, a high density blue laser optical disc format, or the successor of DVD
    • BD+, a component of the Blu-ray Disc Digital Rights Management system

In biology and medicine

Arts and entertainment


  • Bangladesh, where "BD" is the ISO 3166-1 2-letter country code
    • .bd, the country top-level domain for Bangladesh
  • Bermuda, where "BD" is the FIPS PUB 10-4 territory code and obsolete NATO country code
  • BD postcode area for Bradford, West Yorkshire, and the surrounding area
  • Brunei Darussalam, where "BD" is the World Meteorological Organization country code

Businesses and organizations

Other uses

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