Teacher asks the student:
"What is your aim in life?"
"To become a psychiatrist", the student replies.
"Very good", the teacher says, "Now would you please spell the word psychiatrist."
After some hesitation the student replies: "Well, I mean I want to be a doctor, sir. D-O-C-T-O-R."
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adj. - of a dean.
- of the south side of a choir (where the dean sits). [latin: related to *dean1] DECAPOD
n. - crustacean with ten limbs for walking, e.g. The shrimp.
- ten-tentacled mollusc, e.g. The squid. [greek: related to *deca-, pous pod- foot] DECEASE
formal esp. Law —n. Death. —v. (-sing) die. [latin cedo go]
v. (-ving) 1 make (a person) believe what is false; purposely mislead.
- be unfaithful to, esp. Sexually. - use deceit. deceive oneself persist in a mistaken belief. deceiver n. DECENCY
n. (pl. -ies) 1 correct, honourable, or modest behaviour.
- (in pl.) Proprieties; manners. [latin: related to *decent] DECIBEL
n. Unit used in the comparison of sound levels or power levels of electrical signals.
adj. - (usu. Attrib.) Definite, unquestionable (decided tilt).
- positive, wilful, resolute. DECIDER
n. - game, race, etc., as a tie-break.
- person or thing that decides. DECIMAL
fraction n. Fraction expressed in tenths, hundredths, etc., esp. By units to the right of the decimal point (e.g. 0.61).
- point n. Dot placed before the fraction in a decimal fraction. - —adj. - (of a system of numbers, weights, measures, etc.) Based on the number ten. - of tenths or ten; reckoning or proceeding by tens. —n. Decimal fraction. [latin decem ten] DECLAIM
v. - speak or say as if addressing an audience.
- (foll. By against) protest forcefully. declamation n. Declamatory adj. [latin: related to *claim]
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