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HT

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or h.t.

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at this time.
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Origin of HT

1
From Latin hōc tempore

Other definitions for HT (2 of 4)

HT2

under this title.

Origin of HT

2
From Latin hōc titulō

Other definitions for HT (3 of 4)

HT3

Sports. halftime.
Hawaii time.
Electricity. high tension.
high tide.

Other definitions for HT (4 of 4)

ht.

abbreviation
height.
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British Dictionary definitions for HT (1 of 3)

ht1

abbreviation for
height

British Dictionary definitions for HT (2 of 3)

ht2

the internet domain name for
Haiti

British Dictionary definitions for HT (3 of 3)

HT
/ physics /

abbreviation for
high tension
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Medical definitions for HT (1 of 2)

ht

abbr.
height

Medical definitions for HT (2 of 2)

Ht

abbr.
total hyperopia
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