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dol

[ dohl ]
/ doʊl /
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noun
a unit for measuring the intensity of pain.
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Compare dolorimetry.

Origin of dol

1945–50; <Latin dol(or) pain

Other definitions for dol (2 of 3)

Other definitions for dol (3 of 3)

dol.

abbreviation
Music. dolce.
dollar.
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British Dictionary definitions for dol (1 of 2)

dol
/ (dɒl) /

noun
a unit of pain intensity, as measured by dolorimetry

Word Origin for dol

C20: by shortening, from Latin dolor pain

British Dictionary definitions for dol (2 of 2)

dol.

abbreviation for
music dolce
plural dols dollar
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Medical definitions for dol

dol
[ dōl ]

n.
A unit for the measurement of the intensity of pain.
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