- medical: med school.
- Often meds. a medication; medicine: Have you taken your meds?
Origin of med
First recorded in 1890–95; by shortening
- Master of Education.
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Examples from the Web for med
On Monday, there was Dr. Tara Margarella a trauma resident turned plastic surgeon who was once featured on the show New York Med.
The jurors were thus dually protected when the government called a former figure from New York Med to the stand on Monday.
Army vet Jacob Siegel on what unites a Congresswoman, businessman, med student, and martial artist.The Latest Greatest Generation
October 10, 2013
If you're good enough at school to get into med school, it probably doesn't make financial sense to go.The Future of the MD
January 23, 2013
Chen graduated from med school Monday, the same day Zuckerberg turned 28.
Then stillness, and solidity, and the blackness of the Pit outside the Med Ship.
Then, for a long while, there was no sound or movement in the Med Ship.
But it's not only a Med Service obligation, it's a current mess!
The ground-car was enclosed, with room for a driver and the three from the Med Ship.
Minutes later he stepped down to the ground from the Med Ship's exit-port.
- the Med informal the Mediterranean region
- Master of Education
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Word Origin and History for med
colloquial abbreviation of medicine, 1942. With a capital M and short for Mediterranean, by 1948.
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
- Medical. Used informally.
- A medication. Used informally, often in the plural.
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