Definition of ped
: a natural soil aggregate
Recent Examples of ped from the Web
Steve Delabar, who was assigned to Triple-A Columbus at the end of spring training, received an 80-game suspension in April for a positive PED test.
The Online Etymology Dictionary has a solid paragraph of ped words.
Harrison has questioned how randomly he was being tested for PEDs in the past - as recently as last December - and frequently documents his tests on social media.
Not even during the free-for-all days of the late 1990s and early 2000s, when baseball did not have a PED policy with penalties, did home runs sail out of ballparks at their current pace of 1.23 per team per game, the most ever.
The PED test is done randomly throughout the season to catch players trying to assist their performance.
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Definition of ped-
: child pediatric : childhood paedogenesis
Definition of -ped
: foot maxilliped
Origin and Etymology of -ped
Latin ped-, pes
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