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DD

abbr.
1. dishonorable discharge
2. Latin Divinitatis Doctor (Doctor of Divinity)
3. due date
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DD

abbreviation for
1. (Banking & Finance) Also: dd direct debit
2. (Education) Doctor of Divinity
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DD

1. dishonorable discharge.
2. Doctor of Divinity.

dd

or dd.,

delivered.
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Noun1.DD - a doctor's degree in religion
doctorate, doctor's degree - one of the highest earned academic degrees conferred by a university
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Translations

DD

[ˌdiːˈdiː] n abbr (=Doctor of Divinity) titre universitaireD-day [ˈdiːdeɪ] n (= important day) → le jour J
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DD

abbr of Doctor of DivinityDr. theol.
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