med. (medical) n. of or concerning the science or practice of medicine med. (medicine) n. the science or practice of medicine med. (medieval) n. of the Middle Ages med. (medium) n. something intermediate, mean; means of communication by which a message reaches the public; surrounding substance or environment

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