- vetis an accepted shortening of veterinary surgeon and the normal word in BrE. In AmE vet and veterinarian are used in this sense, and vet also means ‘a veteran’. The verb, meaning (1) to treat (a sick animal) and (2) to examine or check critically, has inflected forms vetted, vetting.
Modern English usage. 2014.
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vêt — vêt … Dictionnaire des rimes
VET — (англ. Viewpoint Experienced Technology интерактивная технология 3D визуализации виртуальной реальности). Содержание 1 История появления 2 VET сцена, формат … Википедия
vet — [vet] verb vetted PTandPPX vetting PRESPARTX [transitive] HUMAN RESOURCES to examine someone s previous jobs and activities to find out whether they are suitable to do a job, especially one that involves dealing with secret information … Financial and business terms
vet — vet1 [vet] n. short for VETERINARIAN vt. vetted, vetting Informal 1. to examine or treat as a veterinarian does 2. to examine, investigate, or evaluate in a thorough or expert way vi. Informal to work as a veterinarian ☆ vet2 [vet ] … English World dictionary
vet — [vet] verb [T] I to check someone s character or reputation to find out if they are suitable for a particular job Syn: screen II noun [C] vet [vet] 1) a doctor for animals 2) American informal a veteran … Dictionary for writing and speaking English
Vet — may refer to:* Veterinarian, a doctor for animals * Veteran, a person with long experience in a particular area, most often in military service during wartime * Vetting, a journalism slang term for copyediting * Vetting, a human resources term… … Wikipedia
Vet — /vɛt/ (say vet) noun a river in the Republic of South Africa, flowing north west through Free State to the Vaal. 209 km … Australian English dictionary
vet — Ⅰ. vet  ► NOUN ▪ a veterinary surgeon. ► VERB (vetted, vetting) ▪ make a careful and critical examination of (someone or something, especially of a person prior to employment). Ⅱ. vet  … English terms dictionary
vet·er·an — /ˈvɛtərən/ noun, pl ans [count] 1 : someone who fought in a war as a soldier, sailor, etc. a Navy veteran called also (US, informal) vet 2 : someone who has a lot of experience in a particular activity, job … Useful english dictionary
vet — Mot Monosíl·lab Mot lligat … Diccionari Català-Català