What does MB mean?

My bad

If you’ve ever heard someone say “MB”, they’re probably apologizing or admitting a mistake. MB is short for “my bad”, which is another way of saying “I’m sorry, that was my mistake.”

While this term is commonly used in America, its usage has spread to other English-speaking regions too. However, it’s good to note that MB or “my bad” is a casual sort of apology, often used in informal settings or between friends and relatives.

So, the next time you make a small blunder, you can just say MB to admit your mistake in a light-hearted way. Just remember, it’s a casual term, so it may not be the best choice for more formal or serious situations.

Example for using ‘MB’ in a conversation

Hey, are you coming to the party tonight?

MB, I totally forgot! I’ll be there, sorry!

No worries, see you later!