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HT1

or h.t.

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  1. at this time.
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Origin of HT1

From the Latin word hōc tempōre

HT2

  1. under this title.
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Origin of HT2

< Latin hōc titulō

HT3

  1. Sports. halftime.
  2. halftone.
  3. Hawaii time.
  4. Electricity. high tension.
  5. high tide.
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ht.

  1. height.
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Examples from the Web for ht

Historical Examples

  • So he 'greed to pay for it in Mockers, an' he to'ht he know'd where he'd get 'em foh sure.

    Citizen Bird

    Mabel Osgood Wright and Elliott Coues

  • The scribes, being acquainted with the graph st for t, ht (see KH 249 note), mechanically substituted the latter here.

  • Between the two limbs, and closely adjoining the splanchnopleure, is seen the heart (ht).

  • The commencing heart (ht), formed at this stage of two distinct tubes, is attached to the ventral side of the foregut.

  • On am feoran dge gesette se lmihtiga ealle tungla and gearlice tda, and ht t h wǽron to tcne dagum and gearum.


British Dictionary definitions for ht

ht1

abbreviation for
  1. height
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ht2

the internet domain name for
  1. Haiti
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HT

abbreviation for
  1. high tension
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ht in Medicine

Ht

abbr.
  1. total hyperopia
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