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crit.

1. critic.
2. criticism.
3. criticized.
Translations

crit

[krɪt] N [of play, book etc] → crítica f

crit

n (inf, of book etc) → Kritik f
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Am J Respir Crit Care Med 2000; 161(2 Pt 1):432-439.
Sponsored by Verge Sport New England, crit week will offer a prize list for a team competition over the five crits.
The crit race, although extremely dynamic, is one of several multi-level events in the 2013 Cherry-Roubaix three day lineup.
Each Portfolio Crit session will entail four classes with sessions concluding on January 31 and February 1 respectively.
Their exhibition, called Crit, opens at The Old Library in Cardiff on Saturday and the gallery space will include a board where visitors can leave their comments on the artwork.
With his relaxed manner, when compared with previous crits by Toyo Ito and Harry Guger, Cullinan's approach was less formal and more natural, with his generous avuncular manner putting everyone at immediate ease.
The newest chapter in TeletonUSA's history is the grand opening of the first CRIT in the United States.
In addition to the Longsjo, crit week also includes the Keith Berger Memorial Criterium that takes place Sunday, June 22, and the Exeter Classic Criterium on Tuesday, June 24.
Ultrafine particles affect experimental thrombosis in an in vivo hamster model, Am J Respir Crit Care Med 166:98-1004.
The lineup for the revived Longsjo Classic will include a twilight criterium in downtown Worcester on a Saturday evening, to go along with a twilight crit in Leominster on Friday evening and the traditional crit in Fitchburg on Sunday.