D

[[t]di͟ː[/t]]
D's, d's
1) N-VAR D is the fourth letter of the English alphabet.
2) N-VAR In music, D is the second note in the scale of C major.
3) N-VAR If you get a D as a mark for a piece of work or in an exam, your work is below average or poor.

I got a D+.

4) d. is an abbreviation for died when it is written in front of dates, for example on graves or in reference books.
5) d was a written abbreviation for or pence in Britain before decimal currency was introduced in 1971.
6) D or d is used as an abbreviation for words beginning with d, such as `day', `defeated', or `district'.

English dictionary. 2008.

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