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KD

abbr.
1. kiln-dried
2. knockdown

kD

also kd
abbr.
kilodalton
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KD

or

k.d.

abbreviation for
(Commerce) knocked down: indicating furniture, machinery, etc, in separate parts
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KD

kd ABBR (US) =knocked downdesmontado
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kd

abbr (US) (=knocked down) → en pièces détachées
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KD

[ˌkeɪˈdiː] abbr (Am) (Comm) =knocked downda montare
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