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med1

Syllabification: med
informal , chiefly North American

adjective

Medical: med school
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  • The money is good; he will soon be free of med school debt.
  • From the start there were two anthropologists in the med school staff.
  • Funny how your views on a field can change from med school up through residency.

plural noun

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Medicine; medication: he’d forgotten to take his meds
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  • I don't want to take my meds either, but when I get like that I ask my ex-wife what it was like before the meds and I remember, sort of.
  • Can I take my meds prior to a fasting blood test?
  • I opined that since the good doctor had actually SEEN the patient, he might be the best to decide which med was appropriate.

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Med2

Syllabification: Med

noun

(the Med) informal , chiefly British

Origin

1940s: abbreviation.

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MEd3

Syllabification: MEd

abbreviation

Master of Education.
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  • He has an MEd in instructional technology from George Mason University and is presently pursuing a PhD at George Mason's Graduate School of Education.
  • He has a BA from the University of the North and an MEd in counselling psychology from an American institution, as well as a PhD in Education from Rhodes.
  • Vice chair Suzanne M. Whitmer, RN, CNOR, MEd, formally thanked the 2001 authors who wrote articles for the newsletter.

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