Meaning to its abbreviation. 1. contraction gr. 2. obsolete as 3. greek pl. 4. anglo-saxon obs. 5. plural g. 6. german ff. 7. that is pron. 8. colloquialism colloq. 9. following i. e. 10. pronoun contr.
The abbreviation meanings are the following:
1) Contraction (contr.)
2) Obsolete (obs.)
3) Greek (Gr.)
4) Anglo-Saxon (AS)
5) Plural (pl.)
6) German (G.)
7) That is (i.e.)
8) Colloquialism (colloq.)
9) Following (ff.)
10) Pronoun (pron.)
Abbreviations in dictionaries give the reader additional information about a word, for instance, its origin or its grammar function.
The answers are explained below.
Abbreviations are used, first of all, to present information in a shorter way. In a dictionary entry, they provide more data, such as the type of word, or the origin of it as well as the category, among others. Here are the answers:
1) Contraction is contr.
2) Obsolete is obs.
3) Greek is Gr.
4) Anglo-Saxon is AS.
5) Plural is pl.
6) German is G.
7) That is i.e.
8) Colloquialism colloq.
9) Following ff.
10) Pronoun pron.
BID- 2 times a day TID- 3 times a day QID-4 times a day.
I usually think of it as Bi(meaning 2),Tri(meaning 3), Quad(meaning 4).
B in BID - (2, bi) , T in TID - (3,tri), Q in QID - (4,quad)
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a. GPS means Global Positioning System
BD: if it is a prescribed medicine that mean it should be taken twice daily I believe.
MCS: Multiple chemical sensitivity I believe.
MCS: I'm quite possitive it is a diagnosis characterized by chronic symptoms ascribed to exposure towards low levels of commonly used chemicals.
BD: It should be taken about every 12 hours and there is 24 hours in a day resulting in taking the prescribed medication twice a day.
Anno Domini (After death)
before Christ and anno domini
EMS: Emergency Medical Services
The answer is A.
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