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noun [C]

pt noun [C] (PART)

written abbreviation for part, when referring to a part of a document: See pt 3 for further details.

pt noun [C] (MEASUREMENT)

written abbreviation for pint : Add 1 pt of water and bring to the boil.

pt noun [C] (POINT)

written abbreviation for point noun : He needs a good high jump to score more than 9,000 pts.

pt noun [C] (PLACE)

written abbreviation for point noun : Spurn Pt
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