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oc-

1.
variant of ob- (by assimilation) before c: occident.

Oc.

1.

o/c

O.C.

Philately.
1.
original cover.

o.c.

1.
Architecture. on center. See center (def 30).
2.
in the work cited.
Origin of o.c.
< Latin opere citātō
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OC

abbreviation
1.
Officer Commanding
2.
Officer of the Order of Canada

o/c

abbreviation
1.
overcharge
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Word Origin and History for oc

oc-

assimilated form of ob- before -c-.

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oc in Technology
language
("Oh see!") A parallel logic language.
["Self-Description of Oc and its Applications", M. Hirata, Proc 2nd Natl Conf Japan Soc Soft Sci Tech, pp. 153-156, 1984].
(1995-03-16)
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Related Abbreviations for oc

oc

Occitan

OC

1.
Officer Commanding
2.
Old Catholic
3.
open-captioned
4.
optical carrier
5.
Orphan's Court

Oc.

ocean

o.c.

Latin opere citato (in the work cited)

o/c

overcharge
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