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PT

PT • abbr. ∎  Pacific Time. ∎  physical therapy. ∎  physical training. ∎  postal telegraph. ∎  post town. ∎  Brit. pupil teacher.

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Pt

Pt • symb. the chemical element platinum.

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Pt

Pt, symbol for the element platinum.

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PT

PT n. see prothrombin.

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pt

pt part
• patient
• payment
• pint (abbrev. or symbol)
• point (abbrev. or (in printing) symbol)
• port

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