- (in prescriptions) pour off.
Origin of dec.1
From the Latin word dēcantā
- variant of deca- before a vowel: decathlon.
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Examples from the Web for dec
If you do not vacate the premises by 13 DEC 6PM, we reserve the right to demolish your premises without delay.Thousands of Students 'Evicted' in Pro-Palestine Solidarity Campaign
December 12, 2013
On Dec, 25, 2002, Jack Whittaker received what some might consider to be the best Christmas present ever: $315 million.
CARE is just one of the charities funded by the DEC that are doing great work to protect girls in Dadaab.What African Girls Fear More Than Drought
Anne Hathaway, Maria Eitel
August 24, 2011
I thought Faith would like some new way to dec'rate her cakes.At the Little Brown House
Ruth Alberta Brown
(Always dec on 2nd row of pattern when decreasing thruout coat).
Make another dec in same manner every inch, until you have 163 sts.
And he must have his cabalists, like Dec and Allan, for conjuring up the devil.Kenilworth
Sir Walter Scott
The plan of arbitration was first brought to the attention of our government during the latter part of Dec, 1837.The War With Mexico, Volume I (of 2)
Justin H. Smith
- music decrescendo
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