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DTD

 (dē′tē-dē′)
n.
A set of rules for marking up a document in SGML.

[D(ocument) T(ype) D(efinition).]
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Translations

DTD

N ABBR =Document Type DefinitionDTD f
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DTD

[ˌdiːtiːˈdiː] n abbr (=document type definition) → DTD f(= description de type de document)
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