Pd

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pd.

P.D.

1.
per diem.
2.
Police Department.
3.
Insurance. property damage.

p.d.

1.
per diem.
2.
potential difference.
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pd
 
abbreviation for
1.  paid
2.  Also: PD per diem
3.  potential difference

Pd
 
the chemical symbol for
palladium

PD
 
abbreviation for
Police Department

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Pd
The symbol for the element palladium.

PD abbr.
prism diopter

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Pd  
The symbol for palladium.
palladium   (pə-lā'dē-əm)  Pronunciation Key 
Symbol Pd
A malleable, ductile, grayish-white metallic element that occurs naturally with platinum. It is used as a catalyst in hydrogenation and in alloys for making electrical contacts and jewelry. Atomic number 46; atomic weight 106.4; melting point 1,552°C; boiling point 3,140°C; specific gravity 12.02 (20°C); valence 2, 3, 4. See Periodic Table.
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Abbreviations & Acronyms
Pd
palladium
PD
  1. plumbing damage

  2. police department

  3. position description

  4. postal district

  5. potential difference

  6. program director

  7. public defender

  8. public domain

  9. pulse Doppler [radar]

  10. pupillary distance

pd.
paid
p.d.
per diem
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