noun, plural Q’s or Qs, q’s or qs.
the 17th letter of the English alphabet, a consonant.
any spoken sound represented by the letter Q or q, as in quick, acquit, or Iraq.
something having the shape of a Q .
a written or printed representation of the letter Q or q.
a device, as a printer’s type, for reproducing the letter Q or q.
(in prescriptions) as much as is sufficient; enough.
(in prescriptions) quantum sufficit
quarter section (of land)
Latin quantum sufficit (as much as suffices)
- Qrs complex
QRS complex (kyōō’är-ěs’) n. The principal deflection in the electrocardiogram, representing ventricular depolarization.
1. (in prescriptions) as much as is sufficient; enough. 1. . q.s. abbr. Latin quantum sufficit (as much as suffices)
[kyoo-ship] /ˈkyuˌʃɪp/ noun 1. an armed combat ship disguised as a merchant vessel to attract submarines within attack range. noun 1. a merchant ship with concealed guns, used to decoy enemy ships into the range of its weapons