BID

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See also: bid, bíd, bîd, bið, and -bid

English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin bis in diē.

Adverb[edit]

BID (not comparable)

  1. (pharmacology) twice a day, two times per day
    Coordinate terms: QID, TID
    • 2014, Ken. Seufert, "The New Dawn of Pharmaceutical Manufacturing: Innovative Solutions for Unprecedented Challenges", American Pharmaceutical Review April 2014
      It has been repeatedly documented that moving patients from a TID dosing regimen to BID or OD vastly improves compliance, and thus the medicine's effectiveness.

Usage notes[edit]

Commonly written as: “amoxicillin 500 mg BID”, read as: “500 milligram dosage of amoxicillin, taken two times a day” (totalling 1000mg).

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Proper noun[edit]

BID

  1. Initialism of Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo (Inter-American Development Bank).