DOC

doctor, doc, physician, MD, Dr., medico

(noun) a licensed medical practitioner; “I felt so bad I went to see my doctor”

Source: WordNet® 3.1


Etymology

Proper noun

Doc

A nickname for a medical doctor, a person with an advanced educational degree, or a learned person.

(slang, usually, in the plural) A Doc Marten shoe.

(slang, United States military) A common form of address for combat medics, especially naval hospital corpsmen.

(slang, rare) A person employed in a medical field, such as a nurse or doctor's assistant.

Anagrams

• C.O.D., CDO, COD, OCD, ODC, cod

Etymology 1

Noun

doc (plural docs)

(informal) A doctor.

Etymology 2

Noun

doc (plural docs)

(informal, usually, in the plural) A document, especially (in professional jargon) a piece of technical documentation or legal evidence.

Etymology 3

Noun

doc (plural docs)

(informal) A documentary.

Anagrams

• C.O.D., CDO, COD, OCD, ODC, cod

Noun

DOC (plural DOCs)

Initialism of drug of choice.

Initialism of Department of Corrections.

(science) Initialism of dissolved organic carbon.

Anagrams

• C.O.D., CDO, COD, OCD, ODC, cod

Source: Wiktionary



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