verb (used with object), vet·ted, vet·ting.
verb (used without object), vet·ted, vet·ting.
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Origin of vet1
Definition for vet (2 of 3)
noun, adjective Informal.
Origin of vet2
Definition for vet (3 of 3)
Example sentences from the Web for vet
Despite the pandemic, a local vet made a home visit to "help him pass peacefully, surrounded by those that loved him," Braden wrote.R.I.P. Henri, le Chat Noir, angst-ridden feline YouTube star for the ages|Jennifer Ouellette|December 10, 2020|Ars Technica
In response, the DOT condensed all that paperwork to the two forms you see below, which can be filled out by the service dog’s handler without the need for a vet visit.Why the Emotional Support Dog Ban Is Good for Everyone|Wes Siler|December 9, 2020|Outside Online
I would’ve been a doctor, which also turns into a vet, as a doctor for animals and I love animals, or I would’ve been a lawyer because I loved to argue and I want to be right.
WFE is a volunteer-run charity that helps disabled vets at Walter Reed, Brooke Army Medical Center or in their homes, providing adapted devices for free.
A phone call is not the only way vets and physicians team up.When physicians and veterinarians team up, all species benefit|Liz Devitt|November 5, 2020|Science News For Students
One of the key staffers in his office, Maureen Connelly, was charged with vetting the commercials.David Garth, the Consultant Who Talked Up to Voters|Jeff Greenfield|December 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But gender solely for its own sake and without vetting is a whole other story.
Yousef was tasked with arranging meetings and vetting guests.
A thorough vetting that began under Pope John Paul II has nearly halved that number.
And here is where things get squiggly: “The DPH did a bad job on the vetting process,” said Martinez.