In the midst of what public health officials are calling a moderately severe flu season, a run on flu shots may be causing isolated local shortages, but doesn't seem to be creating a dangerous drop in vaccine supply.
What does DD stand for?
DD stands for Dangerous Drop
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
See other definitions of DD
We have 113 other meanings of DD in our Acronym Attic
- Dolnoslaskie Centrum Zaawansowanych Technologii (Polish: Dolnolsalskie Center for Advanced Technology)
- Convert and Copy (Unix command)
- Dagobert Duck (German: Uncle Scrooge)
- Daily Driver
- Damage At Delivery
- Damage Dealer (gaming)
- Damage Deposit
- Damaged Dwelling (FEMA)
- Daman & Diu (territory in India)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Rescue group spokesman Barry Warrington said: "There are a number of very steep and dangerous drops from the top of Roseberry and the landscape can appear very different at night.
2) Viagra, Cialis and Levitra should not be used in conjunction with poppers (amyl nitrate) as the combination can cause a potentially dangerous drop in blood pressure which could put strain on the heart.
The pupils belong to a local parcours group, a craze in which practitioners attempt to keep running while negotiating obstacles and sometimes dangerous drops.
There are no dangerous drops to be wary of, but a twisted ankle wouldn't be good news here, so take care.
Two of the four Philadelphia patients experienced nausea, rapid heartbeat, dizziness, dehydration, low blood sugar, blood-clotting abnormalities, liver toxicity, and a dangerous drop in blood pH.
However, sending the team physician down a dangerous drop seemed like a needless and silly miscalculation.