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med

[ med ]
/ mɛd /
Informal.
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adjective
medical: med school.
noun
Often meds. a medication; medicine: Have you taken your meds?
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Origin of med

First recorded in 1890–95; by shortening

Other definitions for med (2 of 3)

med.

abbreviation
medical.
medicine.
medieval.
medium.

Other definitions for med (3 of 3)

M.Ed.

abbreviation
Master of Education.
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British Dictionary definitions for med (1 of 3)

Med
/ (mɛd) /

noun
the Med informal the Mediterranean region

British Dictionary definitions for med (2 of 3)

MEd

abbreviation for
Master of Education

British Dictionary definitions for med (3 of 3)

med.

abbreviation for
medical
medicine
medium
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Medical definitions for med

med
[ mĕd ]

adj.
Medical. Used informally.
n.
A medication. Used informally, often in the plural.
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