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ed. US English

Edited by

ED US English

Eating disorder

-ed1 US English

Forming adjectives:

-ed2 US English

Forming:

op-ed US English

Denoting or printed on the page opposite the editorial page in a newspaper, devoted to commentary, feature articles, etc.

phys ed US English

short for physical education.

e'd in e2 US English

Send an e-mail to (someone)

Sullivan, Ed US English

(1901–74), US television host and journalist; full name Edward Vincent Sullivan. As host of television’s Ed Sullivan Show 1948–71, he gave national exposure to many performers who were on their way to stardom, including Elvis Presley and the Beatles

Op-Ed in op-ed US English

Denoting or printed on the page opposite the editorial page in a newspaper, devoted to commentary, feature articles, etc.

TP US English

Cover (trees, buildings, etc.) with toilet paper as a prank

Moses, Edwin US English

(1955-), US track athlete; full name Edwin Corley Moses. He won Olympic gold medals for the 400-meter hurdles in 1976 and 1984. He also set successive world records in the event throughout these years

ed English-Spanish

Ed.

Dip Ed English-Spanish

título de maestro o profesor

he hummed and ha'ed for a while in hum English-Spanish

estuvo un rato que sí, que no, que esto, que lo otro…

I expect she's round at Ed's in round English-Spanish

supongo que estará en casa de Ed


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