American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Phencyclidine.
- abbr. pneumocystis pneumonia
- abbr. Progressive-Conservative Party
- abbr. chemistry Phencyclidine
- abbr. organic chemistry Pentachlorophenol
- biochemistry peptidyl carrier protein
- mathematics probabilistically checkable proof
- healthcare primary care physician
- medicine pneumocystis pneumonia
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. a drug originally taken in the form of powder ("dust") for its hallucinogenic effects.
- n. a person who helps in identifying or preventing or treating illness or disability
- n. a drug used as an anesthetic by veterinarians; illicitly taken (originally in the form of powder or `dust') for its effects as a hallucinogen
- From the chemical name p(henyl)c(yclohexyl)p(iperidine). (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“PCP is an especially potent poison that kicks off violent and erratic behavior that threatens our families," Machen said in a statement.”
“I have no idea what PCP is like, but all the qat I ever chewed was like a very mild amphetamine.”
“The PCP is annoyed that Radiology makes finding old films the responsibility of the PCP, when the PCP thinks (reasonably enough, it seems to me) that Radiology should be the owners of the films that they create and file.”
“I suppose I should consider myself particularly lucky in that it was the same as the history I obtained followed by this line: She called her PCP, who ordered x-rays and referred her here.”
“In order to be accurate, that note should have read She called her PCP, who saw her in the office, examined her, diagnosed a distal fibular fracture and ordered confirmatory x-rays, and referred her here.”
“When I got back to the office, I called my PCP and he said I can wean myself off by cutting them in half to 25 mgs for”
“The eighth case drew particular alarm and interest: this man, with lesions on his head and back, was also diagnosed with a rare pneumonia called PCP caused by the organism Pneumocystis carinii.”
“A PCP is a diagnostician, tasked with spotting tell tale symptoms before they develop into a full-blown illness.”
“They were on Angel Dust, aka PCP, an animal tranquilizer.”
“They're often told to call their PCP because the specialist is too busy.”
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