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[ dok ]
/ dɒk /
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noun Informal.

a casual, impersonal term of address used to a man.

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Origin of doc

1
First recorded in 1845–50; by shortening

Definition for doc (2 of 4)

doc2
[ dok ]
/ dɒk /

noun Informal.

a document, especially a document on a computer.

Origin of doc

2
By shortening

Definition for doc (3 of 4)

DOC

abbreviation

Definition for doc (4 of 4)

doc.

abbreviation

document.
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British Dictionary definitions for doc (1 of 3)

doc
/ (dɒk) /

noun

informal short for doctor, esp a medical doctor: often used as a term of address

British Dictionary definitions for doc (2 of 3)

DOC

abbreviation for

Denominazione di Origine Controllata: used of wines
(in New Zealand) Department of Conservation

British Dictionary definitions for doc (3 of 3)

doc.

abbreviation for

document
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Medical definitions for doc (1 of 2)

doc
[ dŏk ]

n.

A physician, dentist, or veterinarian.

Medical definitions for doc (2 of 2)

DOC
[ dē′ō-sē ]

n.

Deoxycorticosterone; a steroid hormone secreted by the adrenal cortex or produced synthetically and used to treat adrenal insufficiency.
Deoxycholic acid; a bile acid used as a choleretic and digestant and in the synthesis of adrenocortical hormones such as cortisone.
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