American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- abbr. occupational therapy
- abbr. Old Testament
- abbr. overtime.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A diminutive suffix equivalent to -et. It occurs in ballot, billot, parrot, etc. It is not felt as an English formative.
- n. See -ote.
“Overtime = more money (except that OT is or was anyway, taxed higher than regular washes, so e.g. time and a half is taxed so that the hourly OT rate in your pocket is LESS than normal time)”
“Crosby golden as Canada defeats USA 3-2 in OT - USATODAY. com”
“In my force getting OT is bloody hard even with a prisoner.”
“He undoubtedly had help, connecting with Mario Manningham (six catches, 126 yards) on a 29-yard completion in OT that set up the winning kick.”
“Crosby bests late U.S. rally with gold-winning goal in OT”
“Finland defeats Sweden 3-2 in OT for women's hockey bronze - USATODAY. com”
“Finland defeats Sweden 3-2 in OT for women's hockey bronze”
“Saints outlast Vikings in OT, will face Colts in Super Bowl - USATODAY. com”
“At one point at Central we had three faculty with terminal degrees in OT and none with a terminal degree or even an advanced degree in NT, though I believe there were a few students in the ThM program with NT concentrations.”
“Linesmen: SummaryBack to topPittsburgh beats Ottawa 4-3 in OT”
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