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Informal.
juvenile delinquency.
juvenile delinquent.
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Other definitions for JD (2 of 5)

JD.

abbreviation
(in Jordan) dinar; dinars.

Other definitions for JD (3 of 5)

J.D.1

abbreviation
Doctor of Jurisprudence; Doctor of Law.

Origin of J.D.

1
From New Latin Jūris Doctor

Other definitions for JD (4 of 5)

J.D.2

abbreviation
Doctor of Laws.

Origin of J.D.

2
From New Latin Jūrum Doctor

Other definitions for JD (5 of 5)

J.D.3

abbreviation
Justice Department.
Informal.
  1. juvenile delinquency.
  2. juvenile delinquent.
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British Dictionary definitions for JD

JD

abbreviation for
Doctor of Laws
juvenile delinquent

Word Origin for JD

(sense 1) Latin Jurum Doctor
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