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Noun: dot  dót
  1. A very small circular shape
    "draw lines between the dots";
    - point
  2. The shorter of the two telegraphic signals used in Morse code
    - dit
  3. [slang] Street name for lysergic acid diethylamide
    - acid [slang], back breaker [slang], battery-acid [slang], dose [slang], Elvis [slang], loony toons [slang], Lucy in the sky with diamonds [slang], pane [slang], superman [slang], window pane [slang]
Verb: dot (dotted,dotting)  dót
  1. Scatter or intersperse like dots or studs
    "Hills dotted with lights";
    - stud, constellate
  2. Distribute loosely
    "He dotted gun powder under the wagon";
    - scatter, sprinkle, dust, disperse
  3. Make a dot or dots
  4. Mark with a dot
    "dot your 'i's"
Noun: DoT
  1. The United States federal department that institutes and coordinates national transportation programs; created in 1966
    - Department of Transportation, Transportation

Derived forms: dotted, dotting, dots

Type of: continue, cover, disc, discharge, disk [N. Amer], executive department, extend, LSD, lysergic acid diethylamide, mark, radiotelegraphic signal, saucer, telegraphic signal, write

Part of: international Morse code, Morse, Morse code

Encyclopedia: Dot, PA