D meaning

The symbol for the isotope deuterium.
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Democrat.
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The second tone in the scale of C major or the fourth tone in the relative minor scale.
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Defensive.
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A key or scale in which D is the tonic.
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The fourth in a series.
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Something shaped like the letter D.
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The lowest passing grade given to a student in a school or college.
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A written or printed note representing this tone.
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A string, key, or pipe tuned to the pitch of this tone.
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Deuteron.
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Diameter.
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Differential.
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Down quark.
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The symbol for the Roman numeral 500.
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Dative.
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Day.
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Divorced.
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Down.
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Defender.
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Defense.
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Dam.
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Date.
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Daughter.
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Died.
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Dose.
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Penny (112 of a shilling)
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In biochemistry, a symbol used as a prefix to indicate the spatial configuration of certain organic compounds with asymmetric carbon atoms. It is used if an organic compound has a configuration about an asymmetric carbon atom analogous to that of D-glyceraldehyde (the arbitrarily chosen standard), in which the hydroxy (OH) functional group is on the right side of the asymmetric carbon atom.
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Contraction of had .

He'd already left.

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Contraction of would .

I'd rather walk than drive.

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Contraction of did .

Who'd you ask?

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The fourth letter of the English alphabet: from the Greek delta, a borrowing from the Phoenician.
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Any of the speech sounds that this letter represents, as, in English, the (d) of dog.
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A type or impression for d or D.
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The fourth in a sequence or group.
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An object shaped like D.
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Of d or D.
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Fourth in a sequence or group.
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Shaped like D.
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Dam (in pedigrees)
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Date.
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Daughter.
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Day(s)
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Dead.
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Deci-
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Degree.
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Density.
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Departs.
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Departure.
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Diameter.
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Died.
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Distance.
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Division.
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Dollar.
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Dorsal.
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Dose.
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Dyne(s)
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Give.
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Penny; pence.
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A Roman numeral for 500; with a superior bar (), 500,000 or, less often, 5,000
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A grade indicating below-average work, or merely passing.
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The second tone or note in the ascending scale of C major.
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A key, string, etc. producing this tone.
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The scale having this tone as the keynote.
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Below average in quality.
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Dairy.
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December.
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Defense.
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Democrat.
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Democratic.
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Deuterium.
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Digital.
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Divorced.
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Doctor.
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Don.
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Drive (on automotive automatic-shift indicators)
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Duchess.
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Duke.
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Dutch.
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Lord.
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Dextrorotatory.
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Having an asymmetrical, right-handed spatial arrangement of atoms: usually printed as a small capital.

D-glucose.

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Do.

D'you know the story?

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Had.

I'd seen it before.

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Would or should.

We said we'd help.

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Did.

How'd you get here?

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-ed used.
  • Esp. in old poetry, to indicate a nonsyllabic ending.
    foster'd.
  • To spell the inflected forms of some words, esp. initialisms.
    mascara'd, OD'd.
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Dam.
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Daughter.
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Dose.
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In biochemistry, a symbol used as a prefix to indicate the spatial configuration of certain organic compounds with asymmetric carbon atoms. It is used if an organic compound has a configuration about an asymmetric carbon atom analogous to that of D-glyceraldehyde (the arbitrarily chosen standard), in which the hydroxy (OH) functional group is on the right side of the asymmetric carbon atom in a Fischer projection formula.
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Abbreviation of diameter.
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An object-oriented programming language written by Walter Bright in 1999. It is similar to C/C++, but adds garbage collection, various array manipulations and numerous other features not found in C/C++, C# or Java. For more information, visit www.digitalmars.com.
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In physics, the symbol for dispersion. See dispersion.
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Referring to an ISDN data (D) channel, also known as a delta (D) channel (from the phonetic alphabet), which is a channel designated for out-of-band signaling and control functions. See also D channel.
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The definition of d is the fourth letter in the English alphabet.

An example of d is the first letter of the word "down."

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The fourth letter of the modern English alphabet.
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Any of the speech sounds represented by the letter d.
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Origin of d

From dextrorotatory