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d US English

Date

D1 US English

The fourth letter of the alphabet

D2 US English

Democrat or Democratic

'd US English

Had

D New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

4th letter of the alphabet

d' New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

lower case as prefix to a non-anglicized proper name, except at the beginning of a sentence

d in D1 US English

The fourth letter of the alphabet

D in D1 US English

A shape like that of a capital D

deuterium US English

A stable isotope of hydrogen with a mass approximately twice that of the usual isotope

D in deuterium US English

A stable isotope of hydrogen with a mass approximately twice that of the usual isotope

d in penny US English

A former British coin and monetary unit equal to one twelfth of a shilling and one 240th of a pound

d. in d US English

Died (used to indicate a date of death)

D in doctor New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

usually lower case in reference to a medical practitioner, but capital for a holder of the highest university degree; abbreviation D, but Dr before a name

A/D US English

Analog to digital

D/A US English

Digital to analog

D & X US English

Dilation and extraction

I'd US English

I would or I should

m/d US English

Months after date

R & D US English

Research and development

R & D New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

research and development

he'd US English

He had

it'd US English

It had

we'd US English

We had

D-Day US English

The day (June 6, 1944) in World War II on which Allied forces invaded northern France by means of beach landings in Normandy

she'd US English

She had; she would

who'd US English

Who had

you'd US English

You had

d'Arc New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

, Jeanne, see Jeanne d'Arc

D-lock US English

A mechanism used to secure a bicycle or motorbike when parked, consisting of a U-shaped bar which is locked to a crosspiece of solid metal

D-mark US English

Short for Deutschmark.

p.o.'d US English

Pissed off

they'd US English

They had

D layer US English

The lowest layer of the ionosphere, able to reflect low-frequency radio waves

D'Urfey New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

, Thomas (1653– 1723), English playwright

D and C US English

Dilation and curettage

D-notice US English

A government notice issued to news editors requiring them not to publicize certain information for reasons of national security

unidea'd US English

Having no ideas

vitamin D US English

Any of a group of vitamins found in liver and fish oils, essential for the absorption of calcium and the prevention of rickets in children and osteomalacia in adults. They include calciferol (vitamin D2) and cholecalciferol (vitamin D3)

D-notice New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

government notice to news editors requiring them not to publish certain information


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