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SMB may refer to:
- System Management Bus, a PC communication bus
- SMB connector, SubMiniature version B connectors for radio-frequency circuits
- Server Message Block (alternatively, SMB/CIFS), an application-level network protocol mainly applied to shared access to files, printers, serial ports, and miscellaneous communications between nodes on a network, used in particular by Microsoft
- Simulated moving bed, a variant of high performance liquid chromatography
- The SMB diode package in the DO-214 standard.
- Small and medium businesses, a commercial sector
- Seven Mile Beach (disambiguation), a name of several beaches
- Santa Maria, Bulacan, an urban municipality in the province of Bulacan, Philippines.
- San Miguel, Bulacan, a municipality in the province of Bulacan, Philippines.
- Santa Monica Boulevard, a major east-west arterial street in Los Angeles, California.
- San Miguel Beermen, a professional basketball team in the Philippines:
- Satria Muda BritAma, a professional basketball team in Indonesia.
- Super Mario Bros., a video game made by Nintendo
- Super Meat Boy, a video game made by Team Meat
- Super Monkey Ball (video game), a video game made by Sega
- Smallmouth bass, a fish
- The Society for Mathematical Biology, an international society for mathematical and theoretical biology
- Surface mass balance, the difference between accumulation and ablation of a glacier or ice sheet
- San Miguel Beer, a beer originally brewed in Spain.
- Michigan State University Spartan Marching Band, the marching band for Michigan State University
- Supermobile, fictional vehicle used by Superman
- Steve Miller Band, an American rock band.
- Sveriges Medeltida Ballader, the 'official' collection of old Swedish ballads
- Surface marker buoy, a surface detection aid used by divers
- Survey motor boat, a small vessel used for hydrographic survey
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