Definitions for docdɒk
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
a casual, impersonal term of address for a man.
Category: Common Vocabulary, Informal
Origin of doc:
1845–50; by shortening
Department of Commerce.
doctor, doc, physician, MD, Dr., medico(noun)
a licensed medical practitioner
"I felt so bad I went to see my doctor"
Department of Commerce, Commerce Department, Commerce, DoC(noun)
the United States federal department that promotes and administers domestic and foreign trade (including management of the census and the patent office); created in 1913
A nickname for a medical doctor, a person with an advanced educational degree, or a learned person.
(slang, usually in plural) A Doc Marten shoe.
(slang, United States military) A common form of address for combat medics, especially Navy Hospital Corpsmen.
Origin: From document by shortening.
The New Hacker's Dictionary
Common spoken and written shorthand for ‘documentation’. Often used in the plural docs and in the construction doc file (i.e., documentation available on-line).
Translations for doc
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary
a deepened part of a harbour etc where ships go for loading, unloading, repair etc
The ship was in dock for three weeks.
- حَوْض تَحْميل وتَفْريغ السُّفُنArabic
- docaPortuguese (BR)
- das DockGerman
- αποβάθρα, δεξαμενήGreek
- اسکله؛ لنگرگاهFarsi
- telakka, satama-allasFinnish
- घाट, जहाज गोदामHindi
- dok, brodogradilišteCroatian
- viðlegustaður; skipakví, hafnarbakki, bryggjaIcelandic
- scalo d'approdo*Italian
- dokk, havnNorwegian
- اسکله؛ لنگرگاهPersian
- د لنګر اچولو ځایPashto
- docka, hamnbassängSwedish
- dok, rıhtımTurkish
- 船塢Chinese (Trad.)
- بندرگاہ کی گودیUrdu
- vũng tàu đậuVietnamese
- 船坞Chinese (Simp.)
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