Is. Definition

iz
abbreviation
Isaiah.
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Island(s)
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Isle(s)
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The ccTLD for Iceland as assigned by the IANA.

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verb
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The word "is" represents a singular form of the word be.
An example of is can be saying that someone currently has employment as a salesperson.
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noun

Plural form of I (alternative spelling of I's).

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pronoun

Eye dialect spelling of his.

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other
The formal term for a data processing department, also known as Manage-ment Information Systems or Management Information Services (MIS). An IS department typically is responsible for all computer, network, and storage systems and technologies, from design through implementation and support.The traditional term was Information Technology (IT).
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An improvement to the IS-54 standard that added a digital control channel (DCCH) for residential and in-building coverage, increased battery standby time, text messaging, overthe-air activation, and circuit switched data (CSD) capabilities. See also CSD, DCCH, IS-54, and texting.

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A 2G digital cellular radio standard from the Electronics Industry Alliance (EIA) and Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) and later approved by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) to officially become ANSI/TIA/EIA-567. IS-54 is an extension of the analog Advanced Mobile Phone System (AMPS) and is commonly known as Digital AMPS (DAMPS) and United States Digital Cellular (USDC). IS-54 evolved into IS-136.The two standards jointly specified the time division multiple access (TDMA) method and are often referred to as TDMA. See also 2G, ANSI, cellular radio, D-AMPS, EIA, IS-136, TIA, and TDMA.

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A 3G digital cellular radio standard from the Electronics Industry Alliance (EIA) and Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) for what is more commonly known as CDMA2000 (Code Division Multiple Access 2000). See also 3G, CDMA2000, cellular radio, EIA, and TIA.

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Origin of Is.

  • A representation of the pronunciation of his by a speaker whose dialect lacks the voiceless glottal fricative or transition (IPA: [h]).

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