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f.1

1.
(in prescriptions) make.
Origin of f.1
From the Latin word fac

f.2

1.
(in prescriptions) let them be made.
Origin
From the Latin word fīant

f.3

1.
(in prescriptions) let it be made; let there be made.
Origin
From the Latin word fiat

f.4

1.
(in the Netherlands) guilder; guilders.
Origin
From the Dutch word florin

f.5

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feet.
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fine.
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fluid (ounce).
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foot.
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form.
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formed of.
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from.
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Mathematics. function (of).

F.

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franc; francs.
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[vahyn-gahrt-nuh r] /ˈvaɪnˌgɑrt nər/
noun
1.
(Paul) Felix (Edler von Münzberg)
[poul fey-liks eyd-luh r fuh n mynts-berk] /paʊl ˈfeɪ lɪks ˈeɪd lər fən ˈmüntsˌbɛrk/ (Show IPA),
1863–1942, Austrian composer, conductor, and writer.
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Examples from the Web for f.
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  • In this battle he crushes Dghrefn, one of the Hgas, to death, 2502 f.

    Beowulf Unknown
  • He lends his sword, Hrunting, to Bewulf for his battle with Grendel's mother, 1456 f.

    Beowulf Unknown
  • In this battle he crushes Dghrefn, one of the Hūgas, to death, 2502 f.

    Beowulf Unknown
  • The specific gravity of the mixture must be taken when the temperature of the mixture is 70° f.

  • Roughly speaking, grape buds start at temperatures from 50 to 60 f.

British Dictionary definitions for f.

f.

abbreviation
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fathom(s)
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female
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(grammar) feminine
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(pl) ff., FF.. folio
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(pl) ff.. following (page)
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