tact

  • 41TACT — Transistor And Component Tester ( > IEEE Standard Dictionary ) …

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  • 42tact — s. n., pl. tácturi …

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  • 43TACT — Transistor And Component Tester ( > IEEE Standard Dictionary ) …

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  • 44TACT — Transonic Aircraft Technology Program Contributor: CASI …

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  • 45tact — tacked …

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  • 46tact — tækt n. diplomacy, ability to skillfully deal with people, finesse; sense of what is proper or appropriate, taste …

    English contemporary dictionary

  • 47tact — noun skill and sensitivity in dealing with others or with difficult issues. Origin C17 (denoting the sense of touch): via Fr. from L. tactus touch, sense of touch , from tangere to touch …

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  • 48tact — i (L). Touch …

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  • 49TACT — abbr. TRANSACT TECHNOLOGIES INC NASDAQ …

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  • 50tact — n. 1. (Rare.) Touch, feeling, taction, sense of feeling. 2. Adroitness (in appreciating circumstances and acting accordingly), skill (in saying or doing what is most appropriate to the occasion), quick judgment, nice perception, cleverness,… …

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  • 51tact — n diplomacy, savoir faire, Inf. savvy, poise, polish, finish, Inf. class, grace, style, finesse; taste, discrimination, refinement; perception, sensitivity, awareness, discernment, discretion; sagacity, shrewdness, cleverness, acumen; prudence,… …

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  • 52tact — UK [tækt] / US noun [uncountable] a careful way of speaking or behaving that avoids upsetting other people …

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  • 53tact — [tækt] noun [U] a careful way of speaking or behaving that avoids upsetting other people …

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  • 54tact — [[t]tækt[/t]] n. 1) a keen sense of what to say or do to avoid giving offense; skill in dealing with difficult situations; diplomacy 2) a keen sense of what is appropriate or tasteful • Etymology: 1150–1200; < L tāctus sense of touch < tag …

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  • 55TACT — • thermoacoustic computed tomography; • Ticlopidine Angioplasty Coronary Trial; • Ticlopidine vs Placebo for Prevention of Acute Closure After Angioplasty Trial; • tuned aperture computed tomography …

    Dictionary of medical acronyms & abbreviations

  • 56tact — /tækt / (say takt) noun 1. a keen sense of what to say or do to avoid giving offence; skill in dealing with difficult or delicate situations. 2. touch; the sense of touch. {Latin tactus sense of touch} …

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  • 57tact —   No ono o pono i ka mea e ōlelo ai …

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  • 58TACT — aeronaut. abbr. Transonic Aircraft Technology …

    United dictionary of abbreviations and acronyms

  • 59Tact (psychology) — Tact is a term that B.F. Skinner used to describe a verbal operant in which a response of given form is evoked (or at least strengthened) by a particular object or event or property of an object or event (1957). The tact is verbal contact with… …

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  • 60tact´ful|ness — tact|ful «TAKT fuhl», adjective. 1. having tact: »Mother is a tactful person. SYNONYM(S): diplomatic. 2. showing tact: »A tactful reply does not hurt a person s feelings. –tact´ful|ly, adverb. –tact´ful|ness, noun …

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