- n. informal Mediterranean: We're going to the Med for four weeks this summer.
- Short form of Mediterranean. (Wiktionary)
“Together this forms what we call our Med D business which generates about $2 billion in revenue.”
“Many students sought shelter in Med school and law school, and this continued for several years.”
“What do you call the person who graduates last in Med school?”
“Plus the portion of the appliance (Wafer in Med terms) that covers the bowel that extends thru my side had enlarged and the opening on the portion that goes next to my skin was rubbing the bowel potion which in turn caused bleeding when sat down or bent over.”
“I recommend spending the night at a hotel there (Club Med is good) and walking into the park early in the morning.”
“I don't see how you humans stand that high, cold desert you call the Med'ranna Plat'u.”
“We went right into the emergency room, and they started treating her and there they found that her oxygen in her blood was low, and that this was not good, and they called Med Flight to transport her," Buck said.”
“The Future of Scrubs – Season 9 in Med School, Not Hospital”
“Justin: I am working at Physicians Immediate Med, which is an urgent care and family medicine clinic north of Atlanta.”
“Right now the scoring model, which may be called Med Fico, isn't available yet.”
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