- Abbreviation for auris dexter [L.], right ear.
Medical dictionary. 2011.
Medical dictionary. 2011.
A/D — abbreviation analog/digital … New Collegiate Dictionary
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d'eclass'e — d[ e]class[ e] (d[asl] kl[a^] s[=a] , d[asl] kl[aum] s[=a] ) adj. [F. Cf. F. d[ e]classer.] 1. reduced or fallen in status, social position, class or rank; fallen from a high status or rank to a lower one. [PJC] 2. of inferior grade, rank, status … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
D'ecollet'e — D[ e] col le*t[ e] (d[asl] k[o^]l le*t[asl] ), a. [F., p. p. of d[ e]colleter to bare the neck and shoulders; d[ e] + collet collar, fr. L. collum neck.] 1. Leaving the neck and shoulders uncovered; cut low in the neck, or low necked, as a dress … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
D'ejeun'e — D[ e] jeu n[ e] , n. [F.] A d[ e]jeuner. [1913 Webster] Take a d[ e]jeun[ e] of muskadel and eggs. B. Jonson. [1913 Webster] || … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English