The Swedish B is generally pronounced like a common B.
However, if the if the B is located between a short vowel and a S or T it is pronounced like a P.
|absolut||adv.||sure, of course, no doubt about it|
|observera||verb||observe, watch, note, consider|
You can keep in mind that words with abs- and obs- all get this harder B-sound a.k.a. P-sound.
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