dit definition

  • noun:
    • The spoken representation regarding the dot in radio and telegraph code.
    • A ditty, slightly melody.
    • The spoken representation of a dot in radio and telegraph Morse signal.
    • A word; a decree.
    • A ditty; a song.
    • A word; a saying; a sentence.
    • A ditty; such a thing sung.
    • the shorter of this two telegraphic indicators utilized in Morse code
    • The spoken representation of this dot in radio and telegraph code.
    • A ditty, slightly melody.
    • The spoken representation of a dot in radio and telegraph Morse rule.
    • A word; a decree.
    • A ditty; a song.
    • A word; a saying; a sentence.
    • A ditty; such a thing sung.
    • the shorter of this two telegraphic signals utilized in Morse code
    • The spoken representation regarding the dot in radio and telegraph rule.
    • A ditty, a little melody.
    • The spoken representation of a dot in radio and telegraph Morse rule.
    • A word; a decree.
    • A ditty; a song.
    • A word; a saying; a sentence.
    • A ditty; such a thing sung.
    • the shorter regarding the two telegraphic signals utilized in Morse signal
  • verb:
    • to shut up.
    • To close up.
    • To close up.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To close up.
    • to shut up.
    • To close up.
  • others:
    • to prevent up; close.
    • to cease up; close.
    • to cease up; near.

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