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LDS

abbr.
Latter-Day Saints

LDS

abbreviation for
1. (Christian Churches, other) Latter-day Saints
2. (Ecclesiastical Terms) laus Deo semper
3. (Dentistry) (in Britain) Licentiate in Dental Surgery
[(for sense 2) Latin: praise be to God for ever]

L.D.S.

1. Latter-day Saints.
2. praise (be) to God forever.
[< Latin laus Deō semper]
Translations

LDS

N ABBR
1. (Univ) =Licentiate in Dental Surgery
2. =Latter-day SaintsIglesia f de Jesucristo de los Santos de los Últimos Días

LDS

[ˌɛldiːˈɛs] n abbr =Licentiate in Dental Surgeryspecializzato/a in odontoiatria
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