DOT

Acronym for 'Deformable Object Technology'. See deformable object.

dot

A file extension for the Document Template files for Microsoft Word.

dot

  1. a very small circular shape
  2. the shorter of the two telegraphic signals used in Morse code

Dot

- The number of dots printed per inch (dpi) is referred to as the printer's resolution.
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Dot

(Digital cameras and photo printers) The smallest raster element of an image. Many dots together produce one pixel. For example, in the specification “8 bit colour depth�, three “layers� of 256 dots each are on top of one another to produce one pixel.
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dot

(dot) a small spot.
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DOT

(USDOT) United States Department of Transportation
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dot

[n] - the shorter of the two telegraphic signals used in Morse code 2. [v] - scatter or intersperse like dots or studs 3. [v] - make a dot or dots 4. [v] - mark with a dot
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Dot

• (v. t.) To mark with dots or small spots; as, to dot a line. • (v. t.) To mark or diversify with small detached objects; as, a landscape dotted with cottages. • (n.) A small point or spot, made with a pen or other pointed instrument; a speck, or small mark. • (v. i.) To make dots or specks. • (n.) A marriage portion; dowr...
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dot

noun a very small circular shape; `a row of points`; `draw lines between the dots`
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dot

dit noun the shorter of the two telegraphic signals used in Morse code
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Dot

[diacritic] When used as a diacritic mark, the term dot is usually reserved for the Interpunct ( · ), or to the glyphs `combining dot above` ( ◌̇ ) and `combining dot below` ( ◌̣ ) which may be combined with some letters of the extended Latin alphabets in use in Central European languages and Vietnamese. ==Overdot== Language scripts ...
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DOT

[graph description language] DOT is a plain text graph description language. It is a simple way of describing graphs that both humans and computer programs can use. DOT graphs are typically files that end with the .gv (or .dot) extension. The .gv extension is preferred in cases where there could be confusion with the .dot file extension use...
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Dot

[mango] The `Dot` mango is a mango cultivar that originated in South Florida. The cultivar has limited to no commercial plantings but is sold as nursery stock for home use in Florida. == History == `Dot` was originally developed by nurseryman Laurence Zill of Boynton Beach, Florida, and was named after his wife Dorothy. It was reportedly a ...
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Dot

[Unix] In a Unix shell, the full stop called the dot command (.) is a command that executes or opens a computer file. The filename is the dot command`s first argument. One may specify parameters in a second argument. If no parameters are specified, the sourced file will receive the set of positional parameters available in the current conte...
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Dot

Dot intransitive verb To make dots or specks.
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Dot

Dot noun [ French, from Latin dos , dotis , dowry. See Dower , and confer Dote dowry.] (Law) A marriage portion; dowry. [ Louisiana]
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Dot

Dot transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Dotted ; present participle & verbal noun Dotting .] 1. To mark with dots or small spots; as, to dot a line. 2. To mark or diversify with small detached objects;
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Dot

A description of a point in which the point has a definite size. See also: Point.
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dot

a signal element of mark condition and of duration of one unit interval followed by a signal element of space condition having a nominal duration of one unit interval
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dot

A small spot. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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DOT

acronym: United States Department of Transportation
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Dot

An element of halftones. Using a loupe you will see that printed pictures are made many dots.
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DOT

Damage over time
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DOT

Department of Trade and Industry.
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