nd


Stock Exchange. (especially of bonds) next day (delivery).

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Words nearby nd

Definition for nd (2 of 5)

Nd

Symbol, Chemistry.

Definition for nd (3 of 5)

ND

North Dakota (approved especially for use with zip code).

Definition for nd (4 of 5)

N.Dak.

or N.D.


North Dakota.

Definition for nd (5 of 5)

n.d.

no date.
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British Dictionary definitions for nd (1 of 3)

nd

abbreviation for

no date

British Dictionary definitions for nd (2 of 3)

Nd

the chemical symbol for

neodymium

British Dictionary definitions for nd (3 of 3)

ND

N.D. or N. Dak.


abbreviation for

North Dakota
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Medical definitions for nd

Nd

The symbol for the elementneodymium
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Scientific definitions for nd (1 of 2)

Nd

The symbol for neodymium.

Scientific definitions for nd (2 of 2)

neodymium
[ nē′ō-dĭmē-əm ]

Nd

A shiny, silvery metallic element of the lanthanide series. It is used to make glass for welders' goggles and purple glass for lasers. Atomic number 60; atomic weight 144.24; melting point 1,024°C; boiling point 3,027°C; specific gravity 6.80 or 7.004 (depending on allotropic form); valence 3. See Periodic Table.
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