EST



1.
Eastern Standard Time.
1.
a suffix forming the superlative degree of adjectives and adverbs:
warmest; fastest; soonest.
1.
a native English suffix formerly used to form the second person singular indicative of verbs:
knowest; sayest; goest.
1.
established.
2.
.
3.
.
4.
estimated.
5.
.
/ɛst/
noun
1.
a treatment intended to help people towards psychological growth, in which they spend many hours in large groups, deprived of food and water and hectored by stewards
abbreviation
1.
Also estab. established
2.
estimate(d)
abbreviation
1.
Eastern Standard Time
2.
electric-shock treatment
3.
Estonia (international car registration)
suffix
1.
forming the superlative degree of adjectives and adverbs: shortest, fastest
suffix
1.
forming the archaic second person singular present and past indicative tense of verbs: thou goest, thou hadst
Esther
1.
Eastern Standard Time
2.
electroshock therapy
3.
Estonia (international vehicle ID)
1.
established
2.
estate
3.
estimate
4.
estimated
1.
Estonia
2.
Estonian

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