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dipshit

1. and diphead and dipstick n. an oaf; a jerk. (see also dip.) Look, dipstick, I’m in a hurry. Don’t be such a diphead!
2. mod. pertaining to someone or something obnoxious, stupid, or offensive. (Usually objectionable.) Here’s another one of his dipshit ideas.

dipstick

verb

dipstick

1. n. the penis. (From the name of the metal stick used to measure the amount of oil in an automobile engine. Usually objectionable.) He held his hands over his dipstick and ran for the bedroom.
2. Go to dipshit.
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Screw the lid of the container on tightly when you are not using dipsticks.
This type of chemical screening program reserves sediment microscopy for specimens that first show one or more predefined dipstick abnormalities.
This award is not only recognition of my own efforts and success, but extends to the rest of the dedicated team that makes Dipsticks a key player in the market research industry.
4) An additional systematic review of UTI dipstick data concluded that a positive LE or NT test result was the best index or rule-in test, but a negative dipstick result (rule-out test) could not exclude UTI in patients with a high prior probability of contracting the condition.
The leucocyte esterase dipstick test was positive in 11 culture-positive cases, whereas the nitrite dipstick test was positive in 33 culture-positive cases (Table 2).
Using a suitable tool, make the old range markings on the front side of the dipstick unreadable.
Ben-Dor explained that as climate change alters our planet radically, this dipstick could instantly tell geographers what parts of the US are best - or worst - for farming.
The dipstick changes colour the instant it comes into contact with alcohol, allowing police to seize illegal drinks from under age youths or adults who buy it for them.
It is possible that a physician may choose to admit the patient, order the lab, and get a dipstick the next morning before seeing the protein level in a timed collection of urine.
Operations director Lesley Mitchell is so impressed by the positive impact young blood has brought to the business that Dipsticks is offering its assistance to the Aspire campaign to encourage other businesses to follow its lead.
If Del Boy had known about Dipsticks, he would have been too busy tucking in to them to get Rodney selling them from a market barrow.
In two population studies, dipsticks were positive for blood in 3% of men of all ages (3) and in 13% of those over 60 years (4).
DRIVERS have been exposed as dipsticks when it comes to car maintenance.
The dipsticks used to test urine samples for glucose in many doctor's offices are not adequate for diagnosing diabetes.
Whereas, whole blood derived platelet units are often tested for bacteria using less sensitive methods, such as dipsticks or pH meters, due to cost, product loss, and logistical constraints of testing several individual units to obtain a standard therapeutic dose.