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English translation: twice a day


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English term or phrase:BID
English translation:twice a day
Entered by: Tatjana Aleksic, MA
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00:06 Mar 11, 2002
English to English translations [PRO]
Medical - Medical: Pharmaceuticals / Pharmaceuticals
English term or phrase: BID
Explanation of the dosage of a drug for Parkinson's disease.
Tatjana Aleksic, MA
twice a day
From Latin: bis in die.

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Andrea Bullrich
Local time: 01:19
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5 +6twice a day
Andrea Bullrich



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twice a day

From Latin: bis in die.


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Andrea Bullrich
Local time: 01:19
Native speaker of: Spanish
PRO pts in category: 8
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Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Vladimir Dubisskiy
5 mins

agree  Parrot
7 mins

agree  Barbara Szelest-VanDussen
2 hrs

agree  Yuri Geifman: abbreviations used hy doctors when prescribing meds - BID twice daily, TID - 3 times
5 hrs

agree  Timur Nakashidze
6 hrs

agree  John Kinory: I do wish askers set the language combination correctly, especially site members.
7 hrs
  -> John, English monolingual is the right combination. If you find this in an English text, and you don't know what it is, how would you know it's Latin?
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