See also: Doc, DOC, dốc, doç, and đốc

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Etymology 1Edit

From doctor by shortening.

NounEdit

doc ‎(plural docs)

  1. (informal) A doctor.
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Etymology 2Edit

From document by shortening.

NounEdit

doc ‎(plural docs)

  1. (informal, chiefly plural) A document, especially (in professional jargon) a piece of technical documentation or legal evidence.

Etymology 3Edit

From documentary by shortening.

NounEdit

doc ‎(plural docs)

  1. (informal) A documentary.
    • 2003, The Independent Film & Video Monthly (page 38)
      If you think watching a doc about a spelling bee isn't the most entertaining way to spend ninety minutes, think again.
    • 2010, Rachel Johnson, A Diary of The Lady: My First Year As Editor
      On the subject of fat men, I was watching a doc about a mountain of flab called Paul last night and Ludo said that he was very proud that the fattest man in the world was English.

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RohingyaEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Bengali

NumeralEdit

doc

  1. (cardinal) ten