Other definitions for Rd (2 of 6)
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Other definitions for Rd. (4 of 6)
Other definitions for R/D (5 of 6)
refer to drawer.
Other definitions for R.D. (6 of 6)
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How to use rd in a sentence
Top technology firms from other cities often have their key R&D functions in the Bay Area.Battle of the Upstarts: Houston vs. San Francisco Bay | Joel Kotkin | October 5, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
But U.S. R&D is directed toward what Washington says it wants, and those requirements may not meet international needs.Why the World’s Armies Don’t Want U.S. Tech Anymore | Bill Sweetman | July 14, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
“C O U R D O R O Y,” he said, saying each letter and then proudly declaring the word.
One device, built by an R&D division called ANT, can break into protected WiFi networks from up to eight miles away.
R&D spending is failing to keep up with inflation, and, as a result, is falling in real terms and as a share of the economy.
"Al-f-u-r-d," busy as usual, clambered up over the muddy wheels into the vehicle.
"Al-f-u-r-d" was rudely caught from behind by several boys, undressed in less time than it took Lin to hang the hat on his curls.
For the third time "Al-f-u-r-d" ducked—or rather, was ducked, swallowing another quart or two of Monongahela.
One boy declared, even before "Al-f-u-r-d" had moved a muscle, that he had already learned to swim.
For just one short block "Al-f-u-r-d," on the occasion referred to, traversed the right road.
British Dictionary definitions for rd (1 of 4)
refer to drawer
British Dictionary definitions for rd (2 of 4)
rod (unit of length)
British Dictionary definitions for Rd (3 of 4)
British Dictionary definitions for RD (4 of 4)
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