HUD



[huhd] /hʌd/

noun
1.
Department of Housing and Urban Development.
1.
heads-up display.
abbreviation
1.
head-up display
n.

“husk of a seed,” late 14c., of uncertain origin; perhaps related to hood (n.1).
Department of Housing and Urban Development

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