vet

  • 1 vêt — vêt …

    Dictionnaire des rimes

  • 2 VET — (англ. Viewpoint Experienced Technology   интерактивная технология 3D визуализации виртуальной реальности). Содержание 1 История появления 2 VET сцена, формат …

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  • 3 vet — [vet] verb vetted PTandPPX vetting PRESPARTX [transitive] HUMAN RESOURCES to examine someone s previous jobs and activities to find out whether they are suitable to do a job, especially one that involves dealing with secret information …

    Financial and business terms

  • 4 vet — vet1 [vet] n. short for VETERINARIAN vt. vetted, vetting Informal 1. to examine or treat as a veterinarian does 2. to examine, investigate, or evaluate in a thorough or expert way vi. Informal to work as a veterinarian ☆ vet2 [vet ] …

    English World dictionary

  • 5 vet — [vet] verb [T] I to check someone s character or reputation to find out if they are suitable for a particular job Syn: screen II noun [C] vet [vet] 1) a doctor for animals 2) American informal a veteran …

    Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • 6 vet — is an accepted shortening of veterinary surgeon and the normal word in BrE. In AmE vet and veterinarian are used in this sense, and vet also means ‘a veteran’. The verb, meaning (1) to treat (a sick animal) and (2) to examine or check critically …

    Modern English usage

  • 7 Vet — may refer to:* Veterinarian, a doctor for animals * Veteran, a person with long experience in a particular area, most often in military service during wartime * Vetting, a journalism slang term for copyediting * Vetting, a human resources term… …

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  • 8 vet — Ⅰ. vet [1] ► NOUN ▪ a veterinary surgeon. ► VERB (vetted, vetting) ▪ make a careful and critical examination of (someone or something, especially of a person prior to employment). Ⅱ. vet [2] …

    English terms dictionary

  • 9 vet — Mot Monosíl·lab Mot lligat …

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  • 10 vet — n. expert in the medical treatment of animals, animal doctor v. check, examine; medically examine an animal; practice veterinary medicine …

    English contemporary dictionary

  • 11 vet — /vet/ verb to examine something carefully ● All candidates have to be vetted by the managing director. ● The contract has been sent to the legal department for vetting. (NOTE: vetting–vetted) …

    Dictionary of banking and finance

  • 12 vet|er|an — «VEHT uhr uhn, VEHT ruhn», noun, adjective. –n. 1. a person who has been in one of the armed services for a long time and who has had much experience in war; old soldier, sailor, or airman. 2. a) a person who has served in the armed forces:… …

    Useful english dictionary

  • 13 vet|tu|ra — «veht TOO rah», noun, plural re « ray». a kind of four wheeled carriage used in Italy. ╂[< Italian vettura < Latin vectūra carriage < vehere carry] …

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  • 14 vet|tu|ri|no — «VEHT too REE noh», noun, plural ni « nee». in Italy: 1. a person who lets out or drives a vettura. 2. = vettura. (Cf. ↑vettura) ╂[< Italian vetturino < vettura; see etym. under vettura (Cf. ↑vettura)] …

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  • 15 vet — ca·vet·to; che·vet; chia·vet·ta; ci·vet·ta; in·vet·er·a·cy; in·vet·er·ate·ly; in·vet·er·ate·ness; min·i·vet; na·vet; ol·i·vet; pa·vet·ta; re·vet; re·vet·ment; ru·vet·tus; triv·vet; vel·vet·een; vel·vet·i·ness; ver·vet; vet·er·an·ize;… …

    English syllables

  • 16 vet — I UK [vet] / US verb [transitive] Word forms vet : present tense I/you/we/they vet he/she/it vets present participle vetting past tense vetted past participle vetted 1) to check someone s character or reputation to find out if they are suitable… …

    English dictionary

  • 17 VET — ventricular ejection time; vestigial testis * * * vet vet n VETERINARIAN vet vt, vet·ted; vet·ting 1) to provide veterinary care for (an animal) or medical care for (a person) 2) to subject (a person or animal) to a physical examination or… …

    Medical dictionary

  • 18 Vet — veteran; veterinarian, veterinary * * * vet vet n VETERINARIAN vet vt, vet·ted; vet·ting 1) to provide veterinary care for (an animal) or medical care for (a person) 2) to subject (a person or animal) to a physical examination or checkup …

    Medical dictionary

  • 19 vet — vet1 [ vet ] noun count INFORMAL 1. ) a VETERINARIAN 2. ) AMERICAN a VETERAN of the military vet vet 2 [ vet ] verb transitive 1. ) to check someone s character or reputation to find out if they are appropriate for a particular job: They have to… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 20 vet — I. /vɛt / (say vet) noun 1. a veterinary surgeon. –verb (vetted, vetting) –verb (t) 2. to examine or treat as a veterinary surgeon does. 3. to check the aptitude, character, etc., of (a person): we ll vet the applicants carefully. 4. to examine… …

    Australian English dictionary


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