/di:/ plural D's, d's noun (C)
1 the fourth letter of the English alphabet
2 the number 500 in the system of roman numerals D
1 the second note in the scale 1 (8), or the musical key 1 (4) based on this note
2 a mark that a teacher gives to a student's work, showing that it is not very good
—see also: D and C, D­Day d
1 the written abbreviation of died: John Keats d 1821
2 the abbreviation of penny (4) in the system of money used in Britain before 1971

Longman dictionary of contemporary English. 2004.

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