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ti / / • n. (in solmization) the seventh note of a major scale. ∎  the note B in the fixed-do system.

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Ti • symb. the chemical element titanium.

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Ti (Chin.). Lord, God, especially in China as in Shang-ti.

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Ti, symbol for the element titanium.

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ti see TE.

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Ti Chem., symbol for titanium
• Genetics tumour-inducing (in Ti plasmid)

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