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21:38 Mar 12, 2004
Czech to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Science (general)
Czech term or phrase: Ad
Ad 1) Přímý účinek demineralizované vody na stř evní sliznici, metabolismus a homeostázu minerálních látek, popř . na jiné tělesné funkce. (NOTE: This is an abreviation referring back to item 1 in a list of things in my document. I think it means see 1, but what does the abbreviation mean?
William Kratzer Jr.
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English translation:concerning
It comes from latin ad. I included a link and you can see all the different meanings this has.
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4 +7concerning
5prepositionMaria Chmelarova



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It comes from latin ad. I included a link and you can see all the different meanings this has.

    Reference: http://catholic.archives.nd.edu/cgi-bin/lookup.pl?stem=ad&en...
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agree  ivo zika: in addition to
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agree  srubkova
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agree  leff
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agree  Uwe Kirmse
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agree  John Newton: If you don't know what Ad means, why attempt medical translations, which are so often peppered with medical latin?
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agree  Marcela Hashim
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agree  Jirina Nevosadova
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To answer you question:" what the abbreviation means? "
Ad (lat.) preposition (k,ku,na,pri,do)
In your case: k #1. but it is never used in this form, when writing special text.

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