adhib. abbr.
Latin adhibendus (to be administered)
Latin adhibendus (to be administered)


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  • Adhibit

    to take or let in; admit. to use or apply. to attach. Historical Examples It is claimed, however, that prisoners on conviction were required to adhibit their mark as a seal of confession. Dactylography Henry Faulds To these, therefore, your Majesty will please to adhibit credence; at whose feet I anxiously and humbly recommend me […]

  • Ado

    busy activity; bustle; fuss. Historical Examples As the resolution is not easily divisible, we insert the whole of it, making no ado on the score of modesty. The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Omnibus American Anti-Slavery Society You owe it me, for am I not in part to blame for all this ado? Bardelys the Magnificent Rafael Sabatini […]

  • Adhocracy

    noun management that responds to urgent problems rather than planning to avoid them Contemporary Examples The best way to do this, he argues, is through an “adhocracy,” a term he borrows from the writer and futurist Alvin Toffler. ‘Resilience’ Author Andrew Zolli on the Secrets of Failure Jesse Singal July 7, 2012 noun an organization […]

  • Adi granth

    noun another name for Guru Granth Historical Examples The adi granth contains passages of great picturesqueness and beauty. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 12, Slice 3 Various

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