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d.1

1.
(in prescriptions) give.
Origin of d.1
From the Latin word

d.2

1.
British. pence.
Origin
From the Latin word denāriī

d.3

1.
date.
2.
3.
day.
4.
5.
deep.
6.
7.
8.
Physics. density.
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10.
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12.
13.
14.
died.
15.
dime.
16.
17.
dollar; dollars.
18.
dose.
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D.

1.
day.
2.
3.
5.
Physics. density.
6.
Deus.
8.
9.
dose.
10.
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d.

abbreviation
1.
(in animal pedigrees) dam
2.
daughter
3.
(Brit, currency) penny or pennies
4.
diameter
5.
died
6.
dinar(s)
7.
dollar(s)
8.
drachma(s)
Word Origin
(sense 3 and 6) Latin denarius

D.

abbreviation
1.
(US, politics) Democrat(ic)
2.
(government) Department
3.
dinar(s)
4.
Don (a Spanish title)
5.
Duchess
6.
Duke
7.
(in the US and Canada) Doctor
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d. in Medicine

D. abbr.

  1. diopter

  2. dose

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