Double damage: All players deal double damage for a limited time.
What does DD stand for?
DD stands for Double Damage (gaming)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 113 other meanings of DD in our Acronym Attic
- Domestic Discipline
- Domestic Disturbance
- Dominic Deegan (online webcomic)
- Don't Die (gaming)
- Donald Duck
- Done Deal
- Donnie Darko (movie)
- Dono Dedit (Latin: gave this offering)
- Doordarshan (Indian TV network)
- Doppler Displacement
Samples in periodicals archive:
April 1968, 2003, tightly spells out the words DUST IN MEMPHIS; Bill Callahan, 2004, presents the word SMOG; Double Damage, 2006, is a picture of the second word of the title and its shadow; White Riod, 2006, scrambles the Dior logo.
The Court did not uphold the trial Court's award of double damages because it concluded there was a "bona fide" legal dispute that exempted the employer from the additional penalty.
Violence does double damage to a victim, leaving both a physical and emotional scar," said the study's lead author, Elaine Zahnd, a sociologist and senior research scientist at the Public Health Institute, which works with the UCLA Centre for Health Policy Research in conducting the California Health Interview Survey.
Carona said Perry is determined not to allow double damages, and if lawmakers don't approve a TWIA bill in this special session, the governor will call them back again.
At the time, the False Claims Act provided for double damages, not the treble damages in the current version of the statute.
Uninsured drivers pose a double damage to other drivers.
Leave a tooth in a glass of cola and it will dissolve, so she is doing double damage to her teeth.