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ped-

or paed-

var. of pedo- before a vowel: pedagogue.

-ped

a combining form with the meaning “having a foot” of the kind specified by the initial element: pinniped.
Compare -pod.
[< Latin -ped-, s. of -pēs -footed, adj. derivative of pēs foot]

ped.

1. pedal.
2. pedestal.
3. pedestrian.
Translations
jalankulkija

ped

n (inf: = pedestrian) → Füßgänger(in) m(f)
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The AirTurn PED may be used in a wide range of environments, such as music reading, scrolling lyrics or guitar tabs, teleprompting, slide presentations, instrument effects or media control, and many more.
The merging of joint, interagency, and coalition partner PED capabilities leads us down the path of better and more efficient warfighter support.
Featuring the same unique user interface as the PED-IS, the PED Blue, due to its optimal design, has a 10 per cent weight saving and the device can be charged with a direct micro USB connection, so there is no need for a charging dock.
The patients who required prolonged intubation from all diagnosis subtypes were found to have a higher incidence of PED compared to postoperative patients with a shorter duration of intubation (6).
The unity of command provided by the AIB enables optimal management of low density, high demand A-ISR assets while sustaining timely PED integration and synchronization.
The outbreak of PED, which was first detected in the US about a year ago, forced Mexican health authorities to begin testing hog farms in Mexico in the past several months.
Paul Sundberg, vice president of science and technology for the National Pork Board, said the new reporting requirements would provide better information on how many farms have been infected by PED and where.
The PED Mk2 can be used to support operations that include general combat demolitions, ammunition disposal and underwater mine clearance.
In 2002, compliance with the PED directive became mandatory for all boiler and pressure equipment used in Europe.
The results of this study have been shared with the US Federal Aviation Administration as it reviews its policies for inflight PED use.
The usual clinical protocol involved contacting only those patients who tested positive for an STI but who were not treated empirically in the PED.
Approved use of the SME PED (pronounced "smee-ped") is the result of a partnership between industry and the National Security Agency.