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abbreviation
(in prescriptions) three times a day.
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Origin of t.i.d.

From Latin ter in diē
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British Dictionary definitions for t.i.d.

t.i.d.

abbreviation for (in prescriptions)
ter in die

Word Origin for t.i.d.

Latin: three times a day
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Medical definitions for t.i.d.

t.i.d.

abbr.
ter in die (three times a day)
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