Definitions for MEDmɛd

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary


  1. medical:

    med school.

    Category: Medicine

Origin of med:

1890–95; by shortening


  1. medical.

    Category: Medicine

  2. medicine.

    Category: Medicine

  3. medieval.

  4. medium.

Princeton's WordNet

  1. Master of Education, MEd(noun)

    a master's degree in education


  1. med(Noun)

    medications, especially prescribed psychoactive medications.

    He's been very strange. I wonder if he's not been taking his meds.

  2. med(Adjective)


    I'm in med school.

  3. Med(ProperNoun)

    Mediterranean: We're going to the Med for four weeks this summer.

  4. Origin: West mēdō, from mizdō, from mizdʰos. Cognate with Old Frisian mede, Old Saxon meda, Old High German miata (German Miete); and with Ancient Greek μισθός, archaic Russian мзда.

Anagrams of MED

  1. dem , Dem, DEM

  2. DME, D. Me.

  3. Edm, EDM

Translations for MED

Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary


onwards or forward

He ran along beside me; Come along, please!

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