BET

Das Kürzel BET steht für:

  • Bergbahnen Engelberg-Trübsee-Titlis, ein Schweizer Verkehrsdienstleistungs- und Tourismusunternehmen
  • Berufseignungstest
  • Bio-Elektro-Therapie, ein Verfahren zur Behandlung von Tumoren (Krebs).
  • Black Entertainment Television, ein US-amerikanischer Musiksender
  • Brunauer, Emmett und Teller, BET-Messung, ein Verfahren zur Größenbestimmung von Oberflächen
  • Brusterhaltende Therapie, ein Behandlungskonzept bei Brustkrebs
  • Bucharest Exchange Trading Index, BET 10, rumänischer Aktienindex an der Bukarester Börse


Bet steht für:

  • ב, der zweite hebräische Buchstabe, auch Beth.
  • Bet (Poker), eine Art des Einsatzes
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