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contraction of had:I was glad theyd gone.

contraction of did:Whered they go?

contraction of should or would:Hed like to go. Id like to remind you of your promise.

contraction of -ed:She OKd the plan.

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preposition

de (used in French names as an elided form of de): Charles Louis dAlbert.

di (used in Italian names as an elided form of di): Gabriele dAnnunzio.

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Informal. contraction of do or did before you:How dyou like your eggs cooked? Dyou go to the movies last night?

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noun, plural Ds or Ds, ds or ds.

the fourth letter of the English alphabet, a consonant.

any spoken sound represented by the letter D or d, as in dog, ladder, ladle, or pulled.

something having the shape of a D.

a written or printed representation of the letter D or d.

a device, as a printers type, for reproducing the letter D or d.

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abbreviation

Electricity. debye; debyes.

deep.

depth.

divorced.

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Symbol.

the fourth in order or in a series.

(sometimes lowercase) (in some grading systems) a grade or mark, as in school or college, indicating the quality of a students work as poor or barely passing.

(sometimes lowercase) a classification, rating, or the like, indicating poor quality.

Music.

  1. the second tone in the scale of C major, or the fourth tone in the relative minor scale, A minor.
  2. a string, key, or pipe tuned to this tone.
  3. a written or printed note representing this tone.
  4. (in the fixed system of solmization) the second tone of the scale of C major, called re.
  5. the tonality having D as the tonic note.

(sometimes lowercase) the Roman numeral for 500.Compare Roman numerals.

Electricity.

  1. electric displacement.
  2. a battery size for 1.5 volt dry cells: diameter, 1.3 inches (3.3 centimeters); length, 2.4 inches (6 centimeters).

a symbol for a shoe width size narrower than E and wider than C.

a proportional brassiere cup size larger than C.

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Symbol, Biochemistry. (of a molecule) having a configuration resembling the dextrorotatory isomer of glyceraldehyde: always printed as a small capital, roman character (distinguished from l-).

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Symbol, Chemistry, Biochemistry.

dextrorotatory; dextro- (distinguished from l-).

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Origin of d.

1

From the Latin word

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Origin of d.

2

From the Latin word denāriī

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abbreviation

date.

daughter.

day.

deceased.

deep.

degree.

delete.

Physics. density.

depth.

deputy.

dialect.

dialectal.

diameter.

died.

dime.

dividend.

dollar; dollars.

dose.

drachma.

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abbreviation

day.

December.

Democrat.

Democratic.

Physics. density.

Deus.

Deuteronomy.

Doctor.

dose.

Dutch.

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How to use d in a sentence

  • “Gronkowski” itself never manages to sound more erotic than the name of a hearty Polish stew or a D-list WWE performer.

  • I take calcium and vitamin D supplements, but prescription medications are generally only for women in menopause.

  • Then Pascal responds (in all caps) with, “BUT WE DIDNT WIN A D [sic] YOU KNOW HIM.”

  • The move gets an “A” for symbolism and a “D” for everything else.

  • Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-MO), a leading voice on police demilitarization, was supportive of the White House announcement.

  • C was a Captain, all covered with lace; D was a drunkard, and had a red face.

  • Do lon peut aussy veoir, quelle esperance il y a de planter une belle chrestient par tels evangelistes.

  • Neither of us spoke again, and at length the squat log buildings of Pend d Oreille loomed ahead of us in the night.

  • He picked out that simple little study of Cramer in D major in the first book—you know it well—and asked me to play it.

  • (d) Excess balances may, at the convenience of each federal reserve bank, remain deposited with the gold settlement fund.

British Dictionary definitions for d (1 of 7)


noun plural ds, Ds or Ds

the fourth letter and third consonant of the modern English alphabet

a speech sound represented by this letter, usually a voiced alveolar stop, as in dagger

the semicircle on a billiards table having a radius of 11 1/2 inches and its straight edge in the middle of the baulk line

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symbol for

physics density or relative density

maths a small increment in a given variable or function: used to indicate a derivative of one variable with respect to another, as in d y /d x

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abbreviation for

Deutsch: indicating the serial number in the catalogue (1951) of the musical compositions of Schubert made by Otto Deutsch (1883–1967)

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symbol for

music

  1. a note having a frequency of 293.66 hertz (D above middle C) or this value multiplied or divided by any power of 2; the second note of the scale of C major
  2. a key, string, or pipe producing this note
  3. the major or minor key having this note as its tonic

chem deuterium

maths the first derivative of a function, as in D(x ³ + x ²) = 3 x ² + 2 x

physics

  1. dispersion
  2. electric displacement

aeronautics drag

  1. a semiskilled or unskilled manual worker, or a trainee or apprentice to a skilled worker
  2. (as modifier)D worker See also occupation groupings

abbreviation for

Germany (international car registration)

  1. Australian informal defenceIm playing D in the match this afternoon
  2. Australian informal defensive play

Word Origin for D

(for sense 8) from German Deutschland

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abbreviation for

(in animal pedigrees) dam

daughter

British currency penny or pennies

diameter

died

dinar(s)

Word Origin for d.

(sense 3 and 6) Latin denarius

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abbreviation for

US politics Democrat(ic)

government Department

dinar(s)

Don (a Spanish title)

Duchess

Duke

(in the US and Canada) Doctor

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Medical definitions for d (1 of 5)


The symbol for the isotope deuterium.

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abbr.

dexter

diffusing capacity

dead space

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pref.

To the right; dextro:d-tartaric acid.

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pref.

Relating to the configuration of d-glyceraldehyde, a compound chosen as the basis for stereochemical nomenclature because it is the simplest carbohydrate that can form optical isomers:d-fructose.

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Scientific definitions for d

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