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Even in the age of computers and cell phones, CB radios play a vital role for truckers and electronics fans, along with an entire language called CB slang (or CB talk). We've compiled the largest CB slang dictionary at cbslang.com so you can learn the jargon too, whether you drive a truck for business, have a CB in your car or home, or just looking for a little entertainment!
10-1 Receiving poorly
10-10 Transmission complete, standing by
10-100 Restroom stop more...
10-11 Talking too fast
10-12 Visitors present
10-13 How is the weather? more...
10-16 Make pickup at...
10-17 Urgent business
10-18 Anything for us?
10-19 Nothing for you. Return to base
10-2 Receiving well
10-20 Your current location
10-200 Police needed atů
10-21 Call by telephone
10-22 Please report in person
10-23 Stand by
10-24 Completed last assignment
10-25 Can you contactů
10-26 Disregard last information
10-27 I am moving to channelů
10-28 Please identify your station
10-29 Time is up for contact
10-3 Stop transmitting
10-30 Does not conform to FCC rules
10-32 Radio check
10-33 Emergency traffic at this station
10-34 Please send help
10-35 Confidential information
10-36 The correct time is...
10-37 Wrecker needed
10-38 Ambulance needed
10-39 Your message was delivered
10-4 OK, message received
10-41 Please tune to channel...
10-42 Traffic accident at...
10-43 Traffic congestion at...
10-44 I have a message for you
10-45 All units within range please report
10-5 Please relay message
10-50 Break channel
10-6 Busy, please stand by
10-60 What is next message number?
10-62 Unable to copy, please use phone
10-63 Net directed to...
10-64 Net clear
10-65 Awaiting your next message or assignment
10-67 All units comply
10-7 Out of service, and signing off
10-70 Fire at...
10-71 Proceed with transmission in sequence
10-73 Speed trap at...
10-75 You are causing interference
10-77 Negative contact
10-8 In service, and taking calls
10-81 Reserve hotel room for...
10-84 My telephone number is...
10-85 My address is...
10-89 Radio repairmen needed
10-9 Please repeat message
10-90 I have TVI
10-91 Talk closer to microphone
10-92 Your radio is out of adjustment
10-93 Check my frequency on this channel
10-94 Please give me a long count
10-95 Please transmit dead carrier for 5 seconds
10-99 Mission completed. All units secured
18-wheeler Any tractor-trailer
4-wheeler Passenger vehicle, car, or pickup
42 Yes, or OK
85th Street Interstate 85
95th Street Interstate 95

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