Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Idioms, Encyclopedia.
Related to BRED: Born and Bred
BREDBusiness, Research and Economic Development
BREDBanque Régionale d'Escompte et de Dépôt (French bank)
BREDBuilder Remote Entry Database (US DoD)
BREDBachelor of Religious Education (also seen as BRE)
BREDBaton Rouge Earth Day (environmental education; Louisiana)
BREDBusiness-Driven Requirements Engineering and Design
Copyright 1988-2018, All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
59 Bearded collie Bred to withstand Scottish weather and troublesome sheep.
When Andrew Christie was breeding his unique, cold-hardy strain of New Hampshires in the 1920s, he kept his birds in pasture shelters through harsh New England winters and bred only the hardiest.
If you are in the market for a new pup, first of all, know the breeder, do your homework, know how the breeder selects the dogs to be bred and how the pups are reared.
A HOME-BRED shearling tup born and bred in Northumberland was named overall Breed Champion at this year's Great Yorkshire Show.
Eastern Spadefoots bred (oviposited) 26 times, up to three times per year, during 12 of 17 years (70.5%).
Raptors were bred in captivity using artificial insemination methods and eventually two of the eggs hatched in late May.
So, let's take a look at the origins of some of our most popular retrievers, and what their characteristics may say about the men who bred them.
I once bought some young birds that were specially bred for the table, and even though they were living a free-range lifestyle they didn't have any of the instincts of the old breeds.
More awards coverage in tomorrow's Racing Post Categories & winners Point-to-point horse of the year For Bill, bred by Margaret Lacy.
Myers, All About The Labrador Retriever presents a comprehensive, practical, "reader friendly" perspective on an animal that was bred and developed as a hunting dog.
Both Dorper and Rambouillet have evolved under extensively dry conditions, while Dorset and Katahdin have been bred in more favorable environments.