Definition of dit in English:

dit

Syllabification: dit

noun

(In Morse code) another term for dot1.
More example sentences
  • It's one thing to read a bunch of dits and dahs on paper, but it's much harder to decipher the sounds.
  • As a ham radio operator, however, ‘I can still sit down in front of the radio and translate the dits and dots almost as fast as I ever did.’

Origin

World War II: imitative.

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