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'd

1. Contraction of had: He'd already left.
2. Contraction of would: I'd rather walk than drive.
3. Contraction of did: Who'd you ask?

'd

contraction of
would or had: I'd; you'd.

D, d

(di)

n., pl. Ds D's, ds d's.
1. the fourth letter of the English alphabet, a consonant.
2. any spoken sound represented by this letter.
3. something shaped like a D.
4. a written or printed representation of the letter D or d.
d

d-


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

d-


Symbol.
dextrorotatory; dextro- (disting. from l-).

d'

,
Pron. Spelling.
do (esp. before you): How d'you like them?

'd

1. contraction of had: They'd already left.
2. contraction of would: I'd like to see it.
3. contraction of did: Where'd you go?
4. contraction of - ed: She OK'd the plan.

D

1. deep.
2. depth.
3. diopter.
4. divorced.
5. Dutch.

D


Symbol.
1. the fourth in order or in a series.
2. (sometimes l.c.) (in some grading systems) a grade or mark indicating poor or barely acceptable quality.
3.
a. the second note of the ascending C major scale.
b. a tonality having D as the tonic.
4. (sometimes l.c.) the Roman numeral for 500. Compare Roman numerals.
5. deuterium.

D.

1. day.
2. December.
3. Democrat.
4. Democratic.
5. Physics. density.
6. Deus.
7. Deuteronomy.
8. Doctor.
9. dose.
10. Dutch.

d.

1. date.
2. daughter.
3. day.
4. deceased.
5. deep.
6. degree.
7. delete.
8. Brit. pence.
[< Latin denāriī]
9. Chiefly Brit. penny.
[< Latin denārius]
10. Physics. density.
11. depth.
12. deputy.
13. dialect.
14. diameter.
15. died.
16. dime.
17. dividend.
18. dollar.
19. dose.
20. drachma.