American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- abbr. lieutenant.
- abbr. long ton
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A contraction of Lieutenant or of its abbreviation Lieut.
“It is an AutoCAD LT work-alike that goes beyond even AutoCAD LT® in terms of CAD capabilities, especially in the area of drafting and detailing.”
“He stated after he escaped with a LT from the Army, he stayed in-country, yet every other escaped POW was whisked immediately out of country.”
“LT is the narrator of the story, telling the story to the other main character.”
“Its author acknowledges LT is complex, that its advocates are all over the place, as it were, to apply it.”
“If LT is more political than theological, why do the objections come from theologians, not politicians, and why is/was the CDF concerned?”
“Baltimore b/c SD looked bad, LT is injured and SD just didn't look good against Oak.”
“Also, these aren't two random players, LT is the best running back in the NFL and Polomalu is the best safety, and their two teams will play this season.”
“They closed out strong, LT is up to speed again and tiny, perfectly formed Darren Sproles is peaking as well. right Says:”
“I'm looking at what LT is saying as chair of the meeting, looking down at the date 29/01/07 as go live for the new website, and inwardly laughing - you know, the kind of insane maniacal laughter.”
“No need to join LT preying at the alter of gramatical pedentry.”
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