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cytolysis
—cytolytic /suyt'l it"ik/, adj. /suy tol"euh sis/, n. Physiol. the dissolution or degeneration of cells. [1905-10; CYTO- + -LYSIS] * * *
cytolytic
See cytolysis. * * *
cytomegalic
/suy'toh mi gal"ik/, adj. Pathol. of, relating to, or distinguished by enlarged cells. [1950-55; cytomegal(ia) a cytomegalic condition (see CYTO-, -MEGALIA) + -IC] * * *
cytomegalovirus
/suy'toh meg'euh loh vuy"reuhs/, n., pl. cytomegaloviruses. a common virus of the herpesvirus family, usually harmless or causing mild colds but capable of producing severe ...
cytomegalovirus (CMV)
Any of several viruses in the herpes family. Active infection produces enlarged cells enclosing foreign matter. Most prevalent in crowded, poor communities, it is transmitted by ...
cytomembrane
/suy'teuh mem"brayn/, n. See cell membrane. [1960-65; CYTO- + MEMBRANE] * * *
cytopathic
/suy'teuh path"ik/, adj. Pathol. of, pertaining to, or characterized by a pathological change in the function or form of a cell, leading to its death. [1960-65; CYTO- + ...
cytopathic effect
▪ microbiology       structural changes in a host cell resulting from viral infection. CPE occurs when the infecting virus causes lysis (dissolution) of the host cell or ...
cytopathogenic
—cytopathogenicity /suy'toh path'euh jeuh nis"i tee/, n. /suy'toh path'euh jen"ik/, adj. 1. of or pertaining to a substance or microorganism that is pathologic for or ...
cytopathogenicity
See cytopathogenic. * * *
cytopathology
—cytopathologic /suy'toh path'euh loj"ik/, cytopathological, adj. —cytopathologically, adv. —cytopathologist, n. /suy'toh peuh thol"euh jee/, n. Pathol. the science dealing ...
cytopenia
/suy'teuh pee"nee euh/, n. Pathol. the condition of having a decreased number of cellular elements in the blood; hypocytosis. [CYTO- + Gk penía poverty, want] * * *
cytophagy
—cytophagic /suy'teuh faj"ik, -fay"jik/, cytophagous /suy tof"euh geuhs/, adj. /suy tof"euh jee/, n. the ingestion of cells by other cells. [CYTO- + -PHAGY] * * *
cytopharynx
/suy'teuh far"ingks/, n., pl. cytopharynges /-toh feuh rin"jeez/, cytopharynxes. the gullet of a protozoan. [CYTO- + PHARYNX] * * *
cytophilic
cy·to·phil·ic (sī'tə-fĭlʹĭk) adj. Having an affinity for cells. * * *
cytophotometer
—cytophotometry, n. /suy'toh foh tom"i teuhr/, n. Cytol. an instrument for examining cells by determining the intensity or wavelengths of light transmitted through them. [CYTO- ...
cytophotometric
See cytophotometry. * * *
cytophotometrically
See cytophotometric. * * *
cytophotometry
cy·to·pho·tom·e·try (sī'tə-fō-tŏmʹĭ-trē) n. The study of cells and chemical compounds within cells by means of a cytophotometer.   cy'to·pho'to·metʹric ...
cytoplasm
—cytoplasmic, adj. —cytoplasmically, adv. /suy"teuh plaz'euhm/, n. Cell Biol. the cell substance between the cell membrane and the nucleus, containing the cytosol, ...
cytoplasmic
See cytoplasm. * * *
cytoplasmic streaming
▪ biology also called  protoplasmic streaming   the movement of the fluid substance (cytoplasm) within a plant or animal cell. The motion transports nutrients, proteins, ...
cytoplasmically
See cytoplasmic. * * *
cytoplast
—cytoplastic, adj. /suy"teuh plast'/, n. Cell Biol. the intact, cytoplasmic content of a cell. [1890-95; CYTO- + -PLAST] * * *
cytoplastic
See cytoplast. * * *
cytosine
/suy"teuh seen', -zeen', -sin/, n. Biochem. a pyrimidine base, C4H5N3O, that is one of the fundamental components of DNA and RNA, in which it forms a base pair with guanine. ...
cytosine arabinoside
/ar'euh bin"euh suyd', euh rab"euh noh-/, Pharm. cytarabine. * * *
cytoskeleton
—cytoskeletal, adj. /suy'teuh skel"i tn/, n. Cell Biol. a shifting lattice arrangement of structural and contractile components distributed throughout the cell cytoplasm, ...
cytosol
—cytosolic /suy'teuh sol"ik/, adj. /suy"teuh sawl', -sol'/, n. Cell Biol. the water-soluble components of cell cytoplasm, constituting the fluid portion that remains after ...
cytosome
/suy"teuh sohm'/, n. Biol. the cytoplasmic part of a cell. [CYTO- + -SOME3] * * *
cytost
/suy"tost/, n. Biochem. any cellular substance liberated because of injury to the cell or cells. [CYT(O)- + Gk ost(éon) bone] * * *
cytostasis
/suy'teuh stay"sis, -stas"is/, n. Pathol. arrest of cellular growth and division. [CYTO- + STASIS] * * *
cytostatic
/suy'teuh stat"ik/, adj. 1. inhibiting cell growth and division. n. 2. any substance that inhibits cell growth and division. [CYTO- + STATIC] * * *
cytostatically
See cytostatic. * * *
cytostome
—cytostomal, adj. /suy"teuh stohm'/, n. the mouth of a protozoan. [1885-90; CYTO- + -STOME] * * *
cytotaxis
—cytotactic /suy'teuh tak"tik/, adj. /suy'teuh tak"sis/, n. Biol. the mutual attraction or repulsion of cells or groups of motile cells. [CYTO- + -TAXIS] * * *
cytotaxonomic
See cytotaxonomy. * * *
cytotaxonomist
See cytotaxonomic. * * *
cytotaxonomy
—cytotaxonomic /suy'toh tak'seuh nom"ik/, adj. —cytotaxonomically, adv. —cytotaxonomist, n. /suy'toh tak son"euh mee/, n. a branch of taxonomy in which characteristics of ...
cytotechnologist
/suy'toh tek nol"euh jist/, n. a technician who specializes in identifying cells and cellular abnormalities. [1960-65; CYTO- + TECHNOLOGIST] * * *
cytotechnology
—cytotechnologic /suy'toh tek'neuh loj"ik/, adj. —cytotechnologist, n. /suy'toh tek nol"euh jee/, n. the study of human cells to detect signs of cancer or other ...
cytotoxic
cytotoxic [sīt΄ō täks′ik] adj. 1. that harms or destroys living cells [cytotoxic drug therapy] 2. of or relating to cytotoxins, their effects, etc. cytotoxicity [sīt΄ō ...
cytotoxic T cell
Immunol. See killer T cell. Also called cytotoxic T lymphocyte. * * *
cytotoxicity
/suy'toh tok sis"i tee/, n. cell destruction caused by a cytotoxic substance. [CYTOTOXIC + -ITY] * * *
cytotoxicT cell
cytotoxic T cell n. See killer cell. * * *
cytotoxin
—cytotoxic, adj. /suy'teuh tok"sin/, n. Immunol., Pharm. a substance that has a toxic effect on certain cells. [1900-05; CYTO- + TOXIN] * * *
cytotrophoblast
cytotrophoblast [sīt΄ō träf′ō blast΄] n. 〚 CYTO- + TROPHOBLAST〛 the thickened, inner part of the mammalian placenta nearest to the fetus, covering the chorion during ...
cytotropic
/suy'teuh trop"ik, -troh"pik/, adj. Biol. 1. (of cells or groups of cells) growing or moving toward or away from each other. 2. having an affinity for cells, as certain ...
cytotropism
/suy to"treuh piz'euhm/, n. cytotropic tendency or behavior. [1905-10; CYTO- + -TROPISM] * * *
cytozoon
—cytozoic, adj. /suy'teuh zoh"on, -euhn/, n., pl. cytozoa /-zoh"euh/. a parasite, esp. a protozoon, living within a cell. [CYTO- + -ZOON] * * *
cywydd
/ku"widh/, n. Pros. a form of meter in Welsh poetry consisting of rhyming couplets, each line having seven syllables: first used in the 14th century. [1950-55; < Welsh; OWelsh ...
Cyzicus
/siz"i keuhs/, n. an ancient city in NW Asia Minor, in Mysia, on a peninsula in the Sea of Marmara. * * * ▪ ancient town, Turkey       ancient Greek town, located on ...
CZ
Canal Zone (approved esp. for use with zip code). * * *
czar
/zahr, tsahr/, n. 1. an emperor or king. 2. (often cap.) the former emperor of Russia. 3. an autocratic ruler or leader. 4. any person exercising great authority or power in a ...
czardas
/chahr"dahsh/, n. a Hungarian national dance in two movements, one slow and the other fast. Also, csardas. [1855-60; < Hungarian csárdás, equiv. to csárda wayside tavern ( < ...
czardom
/zahr"deuhm, tsahr"-/, n. 1. the domain of a czar. 2. the power, authority, or position of a czar. Also, tsardom, tzardom. [1835-45; CZAR + -DOM] * * *
czarevitch
/zahr"euh vich, tsahr"-/, n. the son of a czar. Also, tsarevitch, tzarevitch. [1700-10; < Russ tsarévich, equiv. to tsar' CZAR + -evich masc. patronymic suffix] * * *
czarevna
/zah rev"neuh, tsah-/, n. 1. a daughter of a czar. 2. the wife of the son of a czar. Also, tsarevna, tzarevna. [1875-80; < Russ tsarévna, equiv. to tsar' CZAR + -evna fem. ...
czarina
/zah ree"neuh, tsah-/, n. the wife of a czar; Russian empress. Also, tsarina, tzarina. [1710-20; CZAR + -ina fem. suffix (as in Christina), modeled on G Zarin empress, equiv. to ...
czarism
/zahr"iz euhm, tsahr"-/, n. 1. dictatorship; despotic or autocratic government. 2. the system of government in Russia under the czars. Also, tsarism, tzarism. [1850-55; CZAR + ...
czarist
/zahr"ist, tsahr"-/, adj. Also, czaristic /zah ris"tik, tsah-/, tsaristic, tzaristic. 1. of, pertaining to, or characteristic of a czar or the system and principles of government ...
czaritza
/zah rit"seuh, tsah-/, n. a czarina. Also, tsaritza, tzaritza. [1690-1700; < Russ tsarítsa] * * *
Czartoryski family
Leading noble family of Poland in the 18th century, known as the Familia. It first achieved widespread power through the efforts of Prince Michal Fryderyk Czartoryski ...
Czartoryski, Adam Jerzy, Prince
▪ Polish statesman born January 14, 1770, Warsaw, Pol. died July 15, 1861, Montfermeil, France  Polish statesman who worked unceasingly for the restoration of Poland when ...
Czartoryski, Adam Kazimierz, Prince
▪ Polish prince born December 1, 1734, Gdańsk, Poland died March 19, 1823, Sieniawa [Poland]       a leading member of the princely Czartoryski family and a patron of ...
Czartoryski, Michał Fryderyk, Prince
▪ Polish prince born April 26, 1696 died August 13, 1775, Warsaw, Poland       Polish statesman who made his family party of Czartoryskis, the so-called Familia ...
Czech
/chek/, n. 1. a member of the most westerly branch of the Slavs, comprising the Bohemians, or Czechs proper, and, sometimes, the Moravians. 2. the language of Bohemia and ...
Czech language
formerly Bohemian language West Slavic language spoken by some 12 million people in the historical regions of Bohemia, Moravia, and southwestern Silesia, all now in the Czech ...
Czech literature
      the body of writing in the Czech language. Before 1918 there was no independent Czechoslovak state, and Bohemia and Moravia—the Czech-speaking regions that, with ...
Czech Republic
a republic in central Europe: includes the regions of Bohemia, Moravia, and part of Silesia; formerly part of Czechoslovakia; independent since 1993. 10,318,958; 30,449 sq. mi. ...
Czech Republic, flag of the
▪ Flag History       national flag with two horizontal stripes of white over red with a blue triangle at the hoist. It has a width-to-length ratio of 2 to ...
Czech.
Czechoslovakia. Also, Czechosl. * * *
Czechoslovak
/chek"euh sloh"vak, -vahk/, n. 1. a member of the branch of the Slavic peoples comprising the Czechs proper, the Moravians, and the Slovaks. 2. a native or inhabitant of ...
Czechoslovak history
Introduction       history of the region comprising the historical lands of Bohemia, Moravia, and Slovakia from prehistoric times through their federation, under the ...
Czechoslovak Hussite Church
formerly  Czechoslovak Church        church established in Czechoslovakia in 1920 by a group of dissident Roman Catholic priests who celebrated the mass in the Czech ...
Czechoslovakia
—Czechoslovakian, Czecho-Slovakian, adj., n. /chek'euh sleuh vah"kee euh, -vak"ee euh/, n. a former republic in central Europe: formed after World War I; comprised Bohemia, ...
Czechoslovakian
See Czechoslovak. * * *
Czechowicz, Józef
▪ Polish poet born March 15, 1903, Lublin, Pol., Russian Empire [now in Poland] died Sept. 9, 1939, Lublin, Pol.       Polish poet.       The son of a poor ...
CzechRepublic
Czech Republic A landlocked country of central Europe. It was a part of Czechoslovakia from 1918 until January 1993. Prague is the capital and largest city. Population: ...
Czernin, Ottokar, Count
▪ foreign minister of Austria (Graf),in full  Ottokar, Count Czernin Von Und Zu Chudenitz   born Sept. 26, 1872, Dimokur, Bohemia, Austria-Hungary [now Dymokury, Czech ...
Czernowitz
/cherdd"naw vits/, n. German name of Cernauti. * * *
Czerny
/cher"nee/, n. Carl, 1791-1857, Austrian composer, esp. of exercises in piano technique. * * *
Czerny, Carl
▪ Austrian pianist, teacher, and composer born Feb. 21, 1791, Vienna, Austria died July 15, 1857, Vienna       Austrian pianist, teacher, and composer known for his ...
Czerny, Karl
born Feb. 20, 1791, Vienna, Austria died July 15, 1857, Vienna Austrian composer, teacher, and pianist. Son of a musician, he made his piano debut at age 9 and began study with ...
Czerny,Karl
Czer·ny (chĕrʹnē), Karl. 1791-1857. Austrian pianist and composer. A student of Beethoven and the teacher of Liszt, he wrote piano exercises, such as School of the Left ...
Czerwinski, Edward Joseph
▪ 2006       American scholar and university professor (b. June 6, 1929, Erie, Pa.—d. Feb. 16, 2005, Erie), was a specialist in Slavic languages and literatures and ...
Czestochowa
/cheonn'staw haw"vah/, n. a city in S Poland. 200,000. * * * ▪ Poland  city, Śląskie województwo (province), south-central Poland. The city originally consisted of two ...
Czetwertyński family
▪ Polish family also called  Świetopełk-Czetwertyński        Polish princely family descended from the Kievan grand prince Svyatopolk II Izyaslavich (d. 1113) of ...
Czȩstochowa
City (pop., 2000 est.: 255,500), south-central Poland, situated on the Warta River. The two original settlements, Old Czȩstochowa (founded in the 13th century) and Jasna Góra ...
Czóbel, Béla
▪ Hungarian artist Hungarian form  Czóbel Béla  born Sept. 4, 1883, Budapest, Hung. died Jan. 30, 1976, Budapest       painter and graphic artist, one of the most ...
D
1. Elect. debye. 2. deep. 3. depth. 4. Optics. diopter. 5. divorced. 6. Dutch. Symbol. 1. the fourth in order or in a series. 2. (sometimes l.c.) (in some grading systems) a ...
D &C
D & C abbr. dilation and curettage. * * *
D &E
D & E abbr. 1. dilation and evacuation. 2. dilation and extraction. * * *
D &X
D & X abbr. dilation and extraction. * * *
D and C
Med. a surgical method for the removal of diseased tissue or an early embryo from the lining of the uterus by means of scraping. [d(ilation) and c(urettage)] * * *
D H Lawrence
➡ Lawrence (I) * * *
D layer
the lowest region of the ionosphere, characterized by mounting electron and ion density: exists, during the day only, from about 43 to 50 mi. (70 to 80 km) altitude. Cf. D ...
D meson
Physics. a meson with charm +1 or -1, strangeness 0, and isotopic spin 1/2. Also called D particle. * * *
D particle
Physics. See D meson. [1975-80] * * *
d quark
Physics. See down quark. * * *
D region
the lowest region of the ionosphere, in which the D layer develops. [1925-30] * * * ▪ atmospheric science       lowest ionospheric region, at altitudes of about 70 to ...
D W Griffith
➡ Griffith * * *
D&D
Dungeons and Dragons. * * *
d'
d'1 prep. 1. de (used in French names as an elided form of de): Charles Louis d'Albert. 2. di (used in Italian names as an elided form of di): Gabriele d'Annunzio. d'2 Pron. ...
d'-
d'- prefix contraction do [d'you know the story?] * * *
d'Albert
/dal"beuhrt/; Ger. /dahl"berddt/, n. Eugen /oy gayn"/ (or Eugene) Francis Charles. See Albert, d', Eugen (or Eugene) Francis Charles. * * *
d'Alembert
d'Alembert [dȧ län ber′] Jean le Rond [zhän lə rōn′] 1717-83; Fr. philosopher & encyclopedist * * *
d'Alembert's principle
▪ physics       alternative form of Newton's second law of motion, stated by the 18th-century French polymath Jean le Rond d'Alembert. In effect, the principle reduces a ...
d'Amboise
Fr. /dahonn bwannz"/, n. Jacques Fr. /zhahk/ (Joseph), born 1934, U.S. ballet dancer and choreographer. * * *
d'Amboise, Jacques
orig. Jacques Joseph Ahearn born July 28, 1934, Dedham, Mass., U.S. U.S. dancer and choreographer. After studying at the School of American Ballet, he made his debut at age ...
d'Amboise,Jacques
d'Am·boise (däɴ-bwäzʹ), Jacques. Born 1934. American ballet dancer and choreographer noted for his work with the National Dance Institute. * * *
D'Anjou pear
D'Anjou pear [dan′jo͞o; ] Fr [ dän zho͞o′] n. ANJOU PEAR * * *
D'Annunzio
/deuh noon"see oh'/; It. /dahn noohn"tsyaw/, n. Gabriele It. /gah'brddee e"le/, (Duca Minimo), 1863-1938, Italian soldier, novelist, and poet. * * *
D'Annunzio, Gabriele
born March 12, 1863, Pescara, Italy died March 1, 1938, Gardone Riviera, on Lake Garda Italian writer and military hero. He was a journalist before turning to poetry and ...
D'Annunzio,Gabriele
D'An·nun·zio (dän-no͞onʹtsyō), Gabriele. 1863-1938. Italian writer best known for his passionate, free-spirited heroes and his support of Benito Mussolini's fascist ...
D'Aquino, Iva Toguri
▪ 2007 Ikuko Toguri; “Tokyo Rose”        Japanese American broadcaster (b. July 4, 1916, Los Angeles, Calif.—d. Sept. 26, 2006, Chicago, Ill.), was stranded in ...
d'Arblay
d'Arblay [där′blā] Madame see BURNEY Fanny * * *
d'Arc
d'Arc [dȧrk] Jeanne [zhȧn] Fr. name for JOAN OF ARC * * *
D'Arcy, William Knox
born Oct. 11, 1849, Newton Abbot, Devonshire, Eng. died May 1, 1917, Stanmore, Middlesex British businessman. After earning a fortune as a gold miner in Australia, D'Arcy ...
D'Arsonval galvanometer
/dahr"seuhn vawl', -val'/, Elect. a galvanometer consisting of a large, fixed magnet and a light coil that swings in the magnetic field. Also, d'Arsonval galvanometer. [named ...
d'Auvergne
(as used in expressions) Guillaume d'Auvergne Turenne Henri de La Tour d'Auvergne viscount de Henri de La Tour d'Auvergne * * *
D'Avenant
/dav"euh neuhnt/, n. Sir William, 1606-68, English dramatist and producer: poet laureate 1638-68. Also, Davenant. * * *
D'Entrecasteaux Channel
▪ channel, Australia       inlet of the Tasman Sea, extending northeast for about 35 miles (55 km) between Bruny Island (east) and the southeast coast of mainland ...
D'Entrecasteaux Islands
/dahonn trddeuh kann stoh"/ a group of islands in Papua New Guinea, off the E tip of New Guinea. * * * Island group, Papua New Guinea. Located in the South Pacific Ocean, the ...
D'Iberville
/duy"beuhr vil'/, n. a town in SE Mississippi. 13,369. * * *
d'Indy
/daonn dee"/ Vincent /vaonn sahonn"/. See Indy, d'. * * *
d'Oriola, Christian
▪ French athlete born Oct. 3, 1928, Perpignan, France died Oct. 29, 2007, Nîmes  French foil fencer who between 1947 and 1956 won four world titles and six Olympic medals, ...
D'Oyly Carte
/doy"lee kahrt"/ 1. Richard, 1844-1901, English theatrical producer. 2. an English light opera company founded in London in 1881 by Richard D'Oyly Carte primarily for the ...
D'Oyly Carte,Richard
D'Oy·ly Carte (doiʹlē kärtʹ), Richard. See Carte, Richard D'Oyly. * * *
D'Urban, Sir Benjamin
▪ British general born 1777, Halesworth, near Norwich, Norfolk, Eng. died May 25, 1849, Montreal, Quebec, Can.       British general and colonial administrator chiefly ...
D'Urfey
/derr"fee/, n. Thomas, 1653-1723, English dramatist. * * *
D'Urfey, Thomas
▪ British dramatist born , 1653, Exeter?, Devon, Eng. died February 1723, London  English dramatist, satirist, and songwriter with a light satirical touch whose plays were ...
D, d
/dee/, n., pl. D's or Ds, d's or ds. 1. the fourth letter of the English alphabet, a consonant. 2. any spoken sound represented by the letter D or d, as in dog, ladder, ladle, or ...
D-
Symbol, Biochem. (of a molecule) having a configuration resembling the dextrorotatory isomer of glyceraldehyde: always printed as a small capital, roman character (distinguished ...
d-
Symbol, Chem., Biochem. dextrorotatory; dextro- (distinguished from l-). Cf. D-. * * *
D-day
/dee"day'/, n. 1. Mil. the day, usually unspecified, set for the beginning of a planned attack. 2. June 6, 1944, the day of the invasion of western Europe by Allied forces in ...
d-glucose
/dee"glooh"kohs/, n. Biochem. See under glucose (def. 1). [1935-40] * * *
D-glyceraldehyde
D-glyc·er·al·de·hyde (dēʹglĭs'ə-rălʹdə-hīd') n. An optical isomer of glyceraldehyde in which the OH group is on the right side of the asymmetric carbon atom. * * *
D-horizon
D-horizon [dē′hə rī΄zən] n. a stratum, as of rock, sometimes underlying the C-horizon * * *
D-lines
▪ spectroscopy       in spectroscopy, a pair of lines, characteristic of sodium, in the yellow region of the spectrum. Their separation is too small to be detected ...
D-mark
/dee"mahrk'/. See Deutsche mark. Also, D-Mark. * * *
D-notice
/dee"noh'tis/, n. Brit. a government notice sent to newspapers or other publications requesting them to withhold information for reasons of state security. Also, D ...
D-ring
/dee"ring'/, n. a D-shaped, usually metal ring of various sizes, used on clothing or other articles as a closure, a means of securing straps or objects, or a decoration. Also, D ...
D-sparticle
D-s particle (dēʹĕsʹ) n. A positively charged meson having a mass 3,852 times that of the electron and a mean lifetime of approximately 4.7 × 10-13 seconds. * * *
D.
1. day. 2. December. 3. Democrat. 4. Democratic. 5. Physics. density. 6. Deus. 7. Deuteronomy. 8. Doctor. 9. dose. 10. Dutch. * * *
d.
1. (in prescriptions) give. [ < L da] 2. date. 3. daughter. 4. day. 5. deceased. 6. deep. 7. degree. 8. delete. 9. Brit. pence. [ < L denarii] 10. Brit. penny. [ < L ...
D. ès L.
Doctor of Letters. [ < F Docteur ès Lettres] * * *
D. ès S.
Doctor of Sciences. [ < F Docteur ès Sciences] * * *
d. in p. aeq.
(in prescriptions) let it be divided into equal parts. [ < L dividatur in partes aequales] * * *
D. Lit.
Doctor of Literature. * * *
D. Litt.
Doctor of Letters. [ < L Doctor Litterarum] * * *
D. Mus.
Doctor of Music. * * *
D. Ph.
Doctor of Philosophy. * * *
D. Surg.
Dental Surgeon. * * *
D.A.
1. delayed action. 2. direct action. 3. District Attorney. 4. documents against acceptance. 5. documents for acceptance. 6. doesn't answer; don't answer. * * *
D.A.E.
Dictionary of American English. Also, DAE. * * *
D.A.R.
See Daughters of the American Revolution. * * *
D.A.V.
Disabled American Veterans. Also, DAV. * * *
D.Agr.
Doctor of Agriculture. * * *
D.B.
1. Bachelor of Divinity. 2. Domesday Book. * * *
d.b.
daybook. * * *
D.B.A.
Doctor of Business Administration. * * *
D.B.E.
Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire. * * *       dame commander of the British Empire, member of the second highest class of a British order of knighthood. ...
D.Bib.
Douay Bible. * * *
D.C.
1. Music. da capo. 2. Dictionary of Canadianisms. 3. Elect. direct current. 4. See District of Columbia. 5. Doctor of Chiropractic. * * *
D.C.B.
      dame commander of the Bath, member of the second highest rank of knightly class in a British order of knighthood. See Bath, The Most Honourable Order of the. * * *
D.C.L.
Doctor of Civil Law. * * *
D.C.M.
Brit. Distinguished Conduct Medal. * * *
D.C.M.G.
      dame commander of St. Michael and St. George, member of the second highest rank of a British order of knighthood. See Saint Michael and Saint George, The Most ...
D.C.S.
1. Deputy Clerk of Sessions. 2. Doctor of Christian Science. 3. Doctor of Commercial Science. * * *
D.Ch.E.
Doctor of Chemical Engineering. * * *
D.Cn.L.
Doctor of Canon Law. * * *
D.Crim.
Doctor of Criminology. * * *
D.D.
1. demand draft. 2. Doctor of Divinity. * * *
D.D.S.
1. Doctor of Dental Science. 2. Doctor of Dental Surgery. * * *
D.D.Sc.
Doctor of Dental Science. * * *
D.E.
1. Doctor of Engineering. 2. driver education. * * *
D.E.I.
Dutch East Indies. * * *
D.Ed.
Doctor of Education. * * *
D.Eng.
Doctor of Engineering. * * *
D.Eng.S.
Doctor of Engineering Science. * * *
D.F.
1. Defender of the Faith. [ < NL Defensor Fidei] 2. Distrito Federal. 3. Doctor of Forestry. * * *
D.F.A.
Doctor of Fine Arts. * * *
D.F.C.
See Distinguished Flying Cross. * * *
D.F.M.
Distinguished Flying Medal. * * *
D.G.
1. by the grace of God. [ < L Dei gratia] 2. Director General. * * *
D.H.
1. Doctor of Humanics. 2. Doctor of Humanities. * * *
D.H.L.
1. Doctor of Hebrew Letters. 2. Doctor of Hebrew Literature. * * *
D.J.
1. Also, DJ, d.j. See disc jockey. 2. District Judge. 3. Doctor of Law. [ < L Doctor Juris] * * *
D.J.S.
Doctor of Juridical Science. * * *
D.J.T.
Doctor of Jewish Theology. * * *
D.Journ.
Doctor of Journalism. * * *
D.L.O.
dead letter office. * * *
D.L.S.
Doctor of Library Science. * * *
D.M.D.
Doctor of Dental Medicine. [ < NL Dentariae Medicinae Doctor or Doctor Medicinae Dentalis] * * *
D.M.L.
Doctor of Modern Languages. * * *
D.M.S.
1. Director of Medical Services. 2. Doctor of Medical Science. * * *
D.N.B.
Brit. Dictionary of National Biography. * * *
D.O.
1. Also, DO, d.o. direct object. 2. Doctor of Optometry. 3. Doctor of Osteopathy. * * *
D.O.M.
to God, the Best, the Greatest. [ < L Deo Optimo Maximo] * * *
d.o.m.
Slang. dirty old man. * * *
D.O.P.
Photog. See developing-out paper. * * *
D.P.
1. data processing. 2. displaced person. * * *
d.p.
(in prescriptions) with a proper direction. [ < L directione propria] * * *
D.P.A.
Doctor of Public Administration. * * *
D.P.H.
Doctor of Public Health. * * *
D.P.M.
Doctor of Podiatric Medicine. * * *
D.P.P.
Insurance. deferred payment plan. * * *
D.P.S.
Doctor of Public Service. * * *
D.P.W.
Department of Public Works. * * *
D.R.
1. Daughters of the (American) Revolution. 2. Navig. See dead reckoning. 3. Dutch Reformed. * * *
D.R.E.
1. Director of Religious Education. 2. Doctor of Religious Education. * * *
D.R.V.
(on food labels) Daily Reference Value: the amount of nutrients appropriate for one day. * * *
D.S.
1. Music. from the sign. [ < It dal segno] 2. Doctor of Science. * * *
d.s.
1. daylight saving. 2. Com. Also, D/S days after sight. 3. document signed. * * *
D.S.C.
1. See Distinguished Service Cross. 2. Doctor of Surgical Chiropody. * * *
D.S.M.
1. See Distinguished Service Medal. 2. Doctor of Sacred Music. * * *
D.S.O.
See Distinguished Service Order. * * *       recipient of the Distinguished Service Order, a British military decoration. See Distinguished Service Order. * * *
D.S.P.
died without issue. [ < L decessit sine prole] * * *
D.S.S.
Doctor of Social Science. * * *
D.S.T.
1. daylight-saving time. 2. Doctor of Sacred Theology. * * *
D.S.W.
1. Doctor of Social Welfare. 2. Doctor of Social Work. * * *
D.Sc.
Doctor of Science. * * *
d.t.'s
/dee"teez"/, n. the, See delirium tremens. * * *
d.t.d.
(in prescriptions) give such doses. [ < L dentur tales doses] * * *
D.Th.
Doctor of Theology. Also, D.Theol. * * *
D.V.
1. Deo volente. 2. Douay Version (of the Bible). * * *
D.V.M.
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. Also, DVM. * * *
D.V.M.S.
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery. * * *
D.V.S.
Doctor of Veterinary Surgery. * * *
d.w.t.
deadweight tons; deadweight tonnage. * * *
D/A
1. (sometimes l.c.) days after acceptance. 2. deposit account. 3. documents against acceptance. 4. documents for acceptance. * * *
d/b/a
doing business as. Also, d.b.a. * * *
D/D
Com. days after date. * * *
D/F
direction finding. Also, DF. * * *
D/L
demand loan. * * *
D/O
delivery order. Also, d.o. * * *
D/P
documents against payment. * * *
D/W
dock warrant. * * *
da
/deuh/; It. /dah/; Port. /deuh, dah/, prep. from; of (used in Italian and Portuguese personal names, originally to indicate place of origin): Lorenzo da Ponte; Vasco da ...
DA
1. Department of Agriculture. 2. Dictionary of Americanisms. /dee"ay"/, n., pl. DAs, DA's. a male hairstyle, esp. of the 1950s, in which the hair is slicked back on both sides to ...
da capo
/dah kah"poh/; It. /dah kah"paw/ repeated from the beginning (used as a musical direction). [1715-25; < It: lit., from the head; see DA, CHIEF] * * *
da Gama
/deuh gam"euh/; Port. /deuh gah"meuh/ Vasco /vas"koh/; Port. /vahsh"koo/. See Gama, Vasco da. * * *
Da Hinggan Ling
Da Hinggan Ling [dä′ hiŋ′gän′ liŋ′] mountain range in NE China along the E border of Mongolia: highest peak, 5,670 ft (1,728 m): cf. XIAO HINGGAN LING * * *
Da Hinggan Range
▪ mountains, China Chinese (Pinyin)  Da Xing'an Ling  or  (Wade-Giles romanization)  Ta Hsing-an Ling,  conventional  Greater Khingan Range   major mountain system ...
Da Lat
▪ Vietnam  municipality, southern Vietnam, northeast of Ho Chi Minh City (formerly Saigon). On a lake on the Lam Vien Plateau at 4,920 feet (1,500 m) above sea level, it sits ...
Da Nang
Da Nang [də naŋ′, də näŋ′] seaport in central Vietnam, on the South China Sea: pop. 371,000 * * * formerly Tourane Seaport city (pop., 1992 est.: 382,674), central ...
Da Ponte
/deuh pon"tee/; It. /dah pawn"te/ Lorenzo /leuh ren"zoh, law-, loh-/; It. /law rdden"dzaw/, (Emanuele Conegliano), 1749-1838, Italian librettist and teacher of Italian, in the ...
Da Ponte, Lorenzo
orig. Emanuele Conegliano born March 10, 1749, Céneda, near Treviso, Veneto died Aug. 17, 1838, New York, N.Y., U.S. Italian poet and librettist. When his Jewish father ...
Da Ponte,Lorenzo
Da Pon·te (də pŏnʹtē, dä pōnʹtĕ), Lorenzo. 1749-1838. Italian-born American poet and educator who wrote librettos for Mozart's Marriage of Figaro (1786), Don Giovanni ...
da Sangallo the Younger, Antonio (Giamberti)
born April 12, 1484, Florence died Aug. 3, 1546, Terni Italian architect. He was the nephew of the architects Giuliano da Sangallo (1445–1516) and Antonio da Sangallo the ...
da Silva, Bezerra
▪ 2006       Brazilian samba artist (b. March 9, 1927, Recife, Braz.—d. Jan. 17, 2005, Rio de Janeiro, Braz.), created the musical genre known as “sambandido,” or ...
da Vinci
/deuh vin"chee/; It. /dah veen"chee/ Leonardo /lee'euh nahr"doh, lay'-/; It. /le'aw nahrdd"daw/. See Leonardo da Vinci. * * *
da Vinci,Leonardo
da Vin·ci (də vĭnʹchē, dä), Leonardo. See Leonardo da Vinci. * * *
Da Yu
or Ta Yu One of China's three legendary emperors, supposed founder of the Xia dynasty. His years of strenuous labour provided outlets to the sea through dredging and made the ...
dā-
To divide. Oldest form *deə₂-, colored to *daə₂-, contracted to *dā-. Derivatives include democracy, epidemic, demon, and time. I. Suffixed form *dā-mo-, perhaps ...
DA-Notices
➡ D-notice * * *
DA.
(in Algeria) dinar; dinars. * * *
da.
1. daughter. 2. day; days. * * *
dab
dab1 /dab/, v., dabbed, dabbing, n. v.t. 1. to pat or tap gently, as with something soft or moist: The child dabbed his eyes with the handkerchief. 2. to apply (a substance) by ...
DAB
Dictionary of American Biography. * * * ▪ flatfish       any of the flatfishes of the genus Limanda, family Pleuronectidae, found in the North Atlantic and North ...
dab hand
dab hand n. 〚< ? DAB1, vt. vi. 3〛 [Brit. Informal] an expert * * *
Daba Mountains
▪ mountains, China Chinese (Pinyin)  Daba Shan  or  (Wade-Giles romanization)  Ta-pa Shan        broadly defined, mountain range of central China that is located ...
dabber
/dab"euhr/, n. 1. a person or thing that dabs. 2. a cushionlike article used for applying ink, as by printers and engravers. [1780-90; DAB1 + -ER1] * * *
dabble
—dabbler, n. —dabblingly, adv. /dab"euhl/, v., dabbled, dabbling. v.i. 1. to play and splash in or as if in water, esp. with the hands. 2. to work at anything in an irregular ...


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