from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. deadweight tonnage
- abbr. deadweight tons
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- abbr. Alternative form of dwt.
- abbr. discrete wavelet transform
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A contraction of pennyweight, d. standing for Latin denarius, a penny, and wt. for weight.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
And legislation likely up for a vote in the Illinois Capitol this week would make Illinois the first Midwestern state to ban people of any age from "DWT" - "driving while texting."
The specification provides only a single way of creating a seamless DWT, which is by maintaining updated sums of DWT coefficients.
But have you heard of the new safety issue called DWT, driving while texting?
A Capesize vessel is about 100,000 to 200,000 DWT, which is too large to transit the Panama Canal and has to sail via Cape of Good Hope from Pacific to Atlantic and vice versa.
Driving while texting, amusingly dubbed DWT, has a more profound effect on reaction times than drivers realize, a new road test shows.
Several states are looking at vans and what's been dubbed, "DWT," driving while texting.
Now Washington state and New Jersey ban what's been dubbed "DWT," driving while texting.
The project proposes to construct one berth of 100,000 dead weight tonnage "DWT" and one berth of 50,000 DWT for coal discharging, four berths of 5,000 DWT each and six berths of
"DWT", from a minimum of 20,000 DWT to a maximum of 500,000 DWT, including both VLCCs and
We explained that "the specification provides only one method for creating a seamless DWT, which is to 'maintain updated sums' of DWT coefficients.