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What does DID stand for?
DID stands for Damsels in Distress
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 153 other meanings of DID in our Acronym Attic
- Dominant Introverted Concrete Thinker (Jung personality type indicator)
- Digital Image Computing and Applications (conference)
- Dictionary Definition (Wikimedia Foundation)
- Data Handling Interface and Control Unit
- Digital Interface Control Unit
- División de Información Cuántica (Spanish: Quantum Information Division; Mexican Society of Physics)
- Déficit Immunitaire Commun Variable (French: Common Variable Immunodeficiency)
- Data Integrity Control Workstation
- Doggz Incognito Clan Wrestling (club)
- Deaths in Custody Watch Committee (Australia)
- Dance India Dance (Indian reality TV show)
- Dansk Ishockey Dommerklub (Denmark ice hockey referees)
- Data ICT (Information and Communication Technology) Dienst (Dutch governmental department)
- Data Identifier
- Data Interface Definition (computing)
- Data Item Description
- Datamation Industry Directory
- Déchets Industriels Dangereux (French: Hazardous Industrial Waste)
- Defense Industry Daily (publication)
- Defense-In-Depth (Nuclear Power)
Samples in periodicals archive:
DAMSELS in distress on Birmingham's roads can't depend on Brummie blokes to stop and help, according to a recent survey.
Sharif, dreadlocked, homosexual and heroic, is the do-gooder, organizing protests, checking on old folks and rescuing damsels in distress.
Unlike other damsels in distress, Jonathan Lasker refuses to drop the hankie, resolutely holding on to disjunction, preexisting systems, and the impossibility of direct expression.
Byline: STEWART SMITH FOOTBALL star David Beckham is the number one choice to come to the aid of damsels in distress at the roadside.