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D.Ed.

1.
Doctor of Education.
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Ded

/dɛd/
noun
1.
(in the Russian army) a soldier who has served two or three years
Word Origin
Russian ded grandfather
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ded in Technology

Dark-Emitting Diode (that is, a burned-out LED). Compare SED, LER, write-only memory. In the early 1970s both Signetics and Texas instruments released DED spec sheets as AFJs (suggested uses included "as a power-off indicator").
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Related Abbreviations for ded

DEd

Doctor of Education
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