inst.

inst.

abbr.
1. instant
2.
a. institute
b. institution

Inst.

abbreviation for
1. Institute
2. Institution
Translations

inst.

ABBR =instant (= of the present month) → cte., corrte.

inst.

[ˈɪnst] abbr (British) (COMMERCE) (=instant)
of the 16th inst. → du 16 courant

Inst.

abbr of InstituteInst.

inst.

abbr of instantd. M.

inst.

abbr (Brit) (Comm) =instant: of the present monthc.m. =corrente mese
References in classic literature ?
We are requested by Reuter's Telegram Company to correct an erroneous announcement made in their Brisbane telegram of the 2d inst.
On the 10th of February, 1828, the Astrolabe appeared off Tikopia, and took as guide and interpreter a deserter found on the island; made his way to Vanikoro, sighted it on the 12th inst.
CAUGHT - In the Bois de Boulogne, early in the morning of the - inst.
John Horner, 26, plumber, was brought up upon the charge of having upon the 22nd inst.
Baggs, late Governor of this State, at Independence, on the night of the 6th inst.
Baggs was shot by some villain on Friday, 6th inst.
The two bade adieu to their landlady upon Tuesday, the 4th inst.
Limited Tenders are invited for Supply Of Potable Water To Bpcl Wadilube Installation, C Lube Inst.
She died on the 21st inst, of pneumonia, following a physical and mental shock received on the 19th inst.
Research Center for Nuclear Physics, Osaka, Japan and Research Reactor Inst.
Rex Roberts, Regional Planning Partnership; Ron Hilton, Staffordshire County Council; Colin Clinton, Institution of Civil; Engineers; Bill Fryer, Future Foundations; Jo Jones, West Midlands LGA; Chris Bonnard, RAWM; Jackie Alderson, RICS; Christina Mannering, RTPI; Sherman Wong, Regional Assembly; Helen Collins, Chartered Inst.