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  1. occupational therapy.
  2. off-topic.
  3. Old Testament.
  4. overnight telegram.
  5. overtime.

ot-

  1. variant of oto- before a vowel: otalgia.

o.t.

  1. overtime.

O.T.

  1. Old Testament.
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Examples from the Web for ot

Historical Examples

  • Comes in any time, 'e does, an' expects a 'ot dinner just the syme.

    The Foolish Lovers

    St. John G. Ervine

  • Wentwort' must go to his regimen', and my ot'er officers are all occupi'.

    Mistress Wilding

    Rafael Sabatini

  • I must have dropped it, sir, in the scrimmage—it was awful 'ot, sir!

    On the Heels of De Wet</p>

    The Intelligence Officer

  • Bishop Lajeunesse is the bes' man for cause no ot'er man can look him down.

    The Huntress

    Hulbert Footner

  • I hope you'll give it them Church folks 'ot and strong, sir.

    Phoebe, Junior

    Mrs [Margaret] Oliphant


British Dictionary definitions for ot

OT

abbreviation for
  1. occupational therapy
  2. occupational therapist
  3. Old Testament
  4. overtime

ot-

combining form
  1. a variant of oto- otalgia
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ot in Medicine

OT

abbr.
  1. occupational therapy

ot-

pref.
  1. Variant ofoto-

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