Definition of doc in English:

doc

Syllabification: doc
Pronunciation: /däk
 
/
informal

abbreviation

  • 1Doctor.
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    • The alarming trend for desperate medical sector docs and surgeons to reduce waiting lists by doing non-urgent but easy procedures first is life threatening and wrong.
    • Your first step is to get a physical by your family doc to make sure the symptoms aren't related to some other problem.
    • I attended a talk by a doc from the medical group just two days back.
  • 1.1 Computing Document.
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    • And although PDF firmly entrenched itself as an information vessel, handling PDF docs is not always an easy thing.
    • I converted all my constantly used docs and spreadsheets to the suite's native file format.
    • I decided to surf to the NSA site to look at some docs and possibly acquire the downloads concerning SE Linux.

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