- People talked about psychoanalysis - ego and superego and ids and repressed early experiences.
- It's just that some of us are better than others at letting our superegos muffle our whiny ids.
- They've been listening to their ids for too long - their inner Sharons.
1920s: from Latin, literally 'that', translating German es. The term was first used in this sense by Freud, following use in a similar sense by his contemporary, Georg Groddeck.
Words that rhyme with idamid, backslid, bid, did, forbid, grid, hid, kid, Kidd, lid, Madrid, mid, outbid, outdid, quid, rid, skid, slid, squid, underbid, yid
Definition of id in:
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verb (ID's, ID'ing, ID'd)[with object] Back to top
- We need to do everything we can to ID the source without giving him away.
- Paramedics tried to cover him up so onlookers including a TV camera crew couldn't ID him, the Web site claimed.
- He was beaten pretty badly and with the salt water ... well it took the dental records to be able to ID him.
- I got ID'd four times going to get coffee yesterday, today they wouldn't even let me walk onto 51st today.
- I came back right around 10:00, and at that point, they had two cops in the side stairwell ID'ing everybody coming back in.
- Wetherspoons once randomly came and ID'd me as I was sat in their beer garden.
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