from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • abbr. Past Commander
  • abbr. personal computer
  • abbr. police constable
  • abbr. politically correct
  • abbr. post commander
  • abbr. Privy Council

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. Symbol for the petacoulomb, an SI unit of electric charge equal to 1015 coulombs.
  • adj. Initialism of partially continuous.
  • adj. Initialism of politically correct.
  • adj. Initialism of pro-choice.
  • adj. Initialism of Progressive Conservative.
  • n. Initialism of parsec.
  • n. Initialism of personal computer.
  • n. Initialism of photocopy.
  • n. Initialism of player character.
  • n. Initialism of police constable.
  • n. Initialism of political correctness.
  • n. Initialism of polycarbonate.
  • n. Initialism of posterior commissure.
  • n. Initialism of privy council.
  • n. Initialism of privy councillor.
  • n. Initialism of probable cause.
  • n. Initialism of Probate Court.
  • n. Initialism of production code.
  • n. Initialism of Professional Corporation.
  • n. Initialism of program counter.
  • n. Initialism of progressive contextualization.
  • n. Initialism of Progressive Conservative.
  • n. Initialism of protective custody.
  • n. Initialism of private chat.
  • n. Initialism of pubococcygeus muscle.
  • proper n. Initialism of Proto-Celtic.
  • proper n. Initialism of Penn Central.
  • proper n. Initialism of Coastal Patrol.
  • proper n. Initialism of Phrozen Crew.
  • proper n. Initialism of Plaid Cymru.
  • proper n. Initialism of Presbyterian Church.
  • proper n. Initialism of Progressive Canadian Party.
  • proper n. Initialism of Progressive Conservative Party.
  • v. To make politically correct.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. A personal computer; a computer{2} designed for use by one person at a time; -- contrasted with shared-time computers such as mainframes and minicomputers, which may be accessed by multiple users each operating from a different input device (in the 1990's, usually a terminal). A personal computer typically uses a microprocessor for its CPU.
  • n. Acronym for politically correct.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. An abbreviation of piece, in the dry-goods trade.
  • n. An abbreviation of Past Chief Patriarch.
  • n. An abbreviation of Principal Clerk of Session.
  • n. An abbreviation of pound-centigrade-unit.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a small digital computer based on a microprocessor and designed to be used by one person at a time


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