des [ dey ] SHOW IPA / deɪ / PHONETIC RESPELLING Definition of des preposition used in French names as a contraction of de and the article les: François des Adrets.
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Desaix de Veygoux
desalination Other definitions for des (2 of 3) Other definitions for des (3 of 3) a plural suffix appearing in loanwords from Greek: proboscides. Origin of -des
<Greek, nominative plural of
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How to use des in a sentence
des Chevaliers, Afamia, the Umayyad Mosque—I took them everywhere,” he said, speaking to me in English.
That candidate, Joni Ernst, did herself no favors yesterday by blowing off the editorial board of The
Des Moines Register.
The stories are told through the eyes of two fishing gui
des, Crunch and Des, with a spare grace and humor that stand strong.
Des Moines women called their Senate contest “ugly,” the kind of race where you vote for the lesser of two evils.
As a result, Rue
des Rosiers houses only a few kosher shops and kitschy delis, mostly dedicated to vistors rather than locals.
des chiens est accoste de la tabagie et de ce qui suyt la tabagie, du chant et des danses.
L'adieu et le deuil se clost par l'occision
des chiens ce que le mourant ait des avants-coureurs en l'autre monde.
des symptomes si mortels, que souvent nous n'attendions sinon qu'il nous demeurast entre les mains.
By bad luck d'Amade was away, up in the front trenches, and I could not well deliver myself to
Car les Angloys s'en veulent dire maistres, et sur ce ils produysoyent
des lettres de leur Roy, mais ce que nous croyons fausses. British Dictionary definitions for des abbreviation for (in Britain) Department of Education and Science
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Medical definitions for des n. Diethylstilbestrol; a synthetic nonsteroidal substance having estrogenic properties and once used to treat menstrual disorders. It is no longer used due to the incidence of certain vaginal cancers in the daughters of women so treated.
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Scientific definitions for des Short for diethylstilbestrol. A synthetic nonsteroidal substance having estrogenic properties and prescribed between 1938 and 1971 to pregnant women with a history of miscarriage and other problems of pregnancy. It is no longer used due to the incidence of certain vaginal cancers and other disorders in the daughters of women so treated.
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