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DOS British & World English

Disk operating system, an operating system originally developed for IBM personal computers

DoS British & World English

Denial of service

denial of service British & World English

An interruption in an authorized user’s access to a computer network, typically one caused with malicious intent

DoS in denial of service British & World English

An interruption in an authorized user’s access to a computer network, typically one caused with malicious intent

dos in do1 British & World English

A party or other social event

'do in do1 British & World English

short for hairdo.

MS-DOS British & World English

Microsoft disk operating system

dos-à-dos British & World English

(Of two books) bound together with a shared central board and facing in opposite directions

fair dos British & World English

Used to request just treatment or accept that it has been given

dos and don'ts British & World English

Rules of behaviour

do's in do1 British & World English

A party or other social event

fair dos in fair1 British & World English

Used to request just treatment or accept that it has been given

Passos, John Dos British & World English

See Dos Passos, John.

Dos Passos, John British & World English

(1896–1970), American novelist, chiefly known for his portrayal of American life in such novels as Manhattan Transfer (1925) and USA (1938); full name John Roderigo Dos Passos

to-do British & World English

A commotion or fuss

hairdo British & World English

The style of a woman’s hair

do-si-dos in do-si-do British & World English

(In country dancing) a figure in which two dancers pass round each other back to back and return to their original positions

do-si-do British & World English

(In country dancing) a figure in which two dancers pass round each other back to back and return to their original positions

John Roderigo Dos Passos in Dos Passos, John British & World English

(1896–1970), American novelist, chiefly known for his portrayal of American life in such novels as Manhattan Transfer (1925) and USA (1938); full name John Roderigo Dos Passos

DOS English-Spanish

DOS masculine

MS-DOS New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

Microsoft disk operating system

goma dos Spanish-English

plastic explosive

Dos Passos New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

, John (Roderigo) (1896–1970), American novelist

dos piezas Spanish-English

suit, two-piece suit

dos caballos Spanish-English

2CV, deux chevaux

goma dos Spanish-English

plastic explosive

dos piezas Spanish-English

suit, two-piece suit

autobús de dos pisos Spanish-English

double-decker bus

dos caballos Spanish-English

2CV, deux chevaux

autobús de dos pisos Spanish-English

double-decker bus

ciento dos in ciento Spanish-English

a hundred and two


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