"If I knew this id would cause a problem, I wouldn't carry it," he says.
Nevertheless, he began getting work with influential British magazines like id and The Face.
People with id may be less able to withstand this sort of interview technique.
How then, does the Intelligent Design movement (id) persist, in the face of so much damning contrary evidence?
The narco cop had given me an id, but there was no criminal record.
Cum fueris felix, quae sunt adversa caveto, Cato 218/18; Tranquillis rebus semper diversa timeto, id.
id like to see a place full of atmosphere, suggested Lethbridge.
Well, I told him to show me the way, and id do the rest, Billie went on to explain.
I tell you, id been pretty lonely if it hadnt been for our two cats.
Im going to stay here, and, if id have had my way, wed have kicked you out of Silverdale.
1924, in Joan Riviere's translation of Freud's "Das Ich und das Es" (1923), from Latin id "it" (translation of German es "it" in Freud's title), used in psychoanalytical theory to denote the unconscious instinctual force. Latin id is from PIE pronomial stem *i- (see yon).
word-forming element meaning "belonging to, connected with, member of a group or class" (plural -idae), from French -ide and directly from Latin -ides, masculine patronymic, from Greek -ides. In astronomy, of meteor showers, it represents Latin -idis, Greek -idos, the genitive of the feminine patronymic suffix.
In psychoanalytic theory, the division of the psyche that is totally unconscious and serves as the source of instinctual impulses and demands for immediate satisfaction of primitive needs.
Body; particle: chromatid.
Group of related chemical compounds: monosaccharide.
Binary compound: sodium chloride.
Chemical element with properties similar to another: lanthanide.
A suffix used to form the names of various chemical compounds, especially the second part of the name of a compound that has two members (such as sodium chloride) or the name of a general type of compound (such as polysaccharide).
In Freudian theory, the part of the psyche associated with instinctual, repressed, or antisocial desires, usually sexual or aggressive. In its efforts to satisfy these desires, the id comes into conflict with the social and practical constraints enforced by the ego and superego. (See also pleasure principle.)
To identify: Police ID driver killed in chase (1950s+)