- n. Plural form of do.
“Investigation numero dos is mathmatical: the transitive theory.”
“On July 4th 2008, kristin dos santos pregnant wrote:”
“Now Kristin dos Santos is reporting that Kring may be aiming to repeat the golden days of that first season by bringing back Bryan Fuller, an acclaimed television writer who has made a habit of creating cult shows.”
“I constantly find myself trying to tab in dos to avoid typing out long file names.”
“Also I strongly disagree that dos is the suxor compared to any unix shell …”
“This gift he terms dos, but contrasts it with the dos of the Roman law, which was a gift on the part of the wife to the husband, while in Germany the gift was made by the husband to the wife (Larousse, Grand dictionnaire universel, Paris, 1870, s.v. Douaire).”
“Phil Singer apologizes.] [Q from someone in Michigan, asking if the tussle over "re-dos" is a form of grandstanding, notes that there is "little to no chance of MI going Republican in 2008.”
“The widget integrates with iCal and Mail for managing your events, notes, and to-dos, which is great, but the biggest disappointment is that it only comes in Dashboard widget form as opposed to iStat menus, which is either a widget or menu bar app.”
“Most weekends PT Towers will be rented to stag dos this blogging business isn't very lucrative.”
“It seemed I might be truly on my own as my family, boyfriend and friends - who were either taking holidays, on work trips or on stag dos - ducked out of wielding the packing tape in droves.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘dos’.
¡La única lista que también incluye flexiónes verbales y pluralizaciones! Ayúdame a encontrarlas todas.
(Por ser una lista para Scrabble, los dígrafos ll, rr, y ch valen como una sola ...
Words used to create the names of Pokémon, which are usually portmanteaux.
Despite seven years of classes and being half-Puerto Rican.
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