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dipshit

1. noun, rude slang One who is stupid or foolish. Geez, he keeps pulling on a door that's clearly marked "push"—what a dipshit.
2. adjective, rude slang Stupid or foolish. Wow, that was a real dipshit plan—no wonder it didn't work out.

dipstick

1. One who is stupid or foolish. Geez, he keeps pulling on a door that's clearly marked "push"—what a dipstick.
2. vulgar slang A penis. Hey, I don't want to see your dipstick—pull up your pants!

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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Ignore the part number and NSN shown for the engine oil dipstick in this TM for the 30-kW TQG and in TM 9-2815-260-24P for the 60-kW TQG.
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To compare chemical dipstick results (Multistix 10 SG; Bayer) for RBCs and WBCs with those obtained with the UF-100 flow cytometer, all urine samples were analyzed with an automatic dipstick reader (Clinitec Atlas; Bayer).
The prognostic accuracy of CRP was compared with that of the dipstick at a cutoff, giving the same sensitivity (62%) for both tests.
Then with the engine idling, transmission selector lever in N (neutral), parking brake set, and engine at operating temperature (180[degrees]F), remove the dipstick.
Performance characteristics of urine dipsticks stored in open containers.
As a primary consideration, remember that results obtained using urinary dipsticks are only as good as the specimen.
Having found the market research profession had unclear rates, slow turnaround times and that London-based clients commissioned London-based agencies, Fiona found her niche and Dipsticks Research was born: a no-frills service with published rates.
For this purpose, a cross-check of OF-100 data with results obtained by dipstick testing and microscopic sediment urinalysis was performed.
POLICE were set to use 'dipsticks' to test soft drinks and catch out under-age drinkers at a famous brass band contest.
Urinalysis using multi-analyte dipsticks is a point-of-care test performed at any hospital, clinical laboratory, doctor's office, health clinic, and nursing facility.
The company's highly engineered locking oil-tank dipstick system includes a premium dipstick designed for superior measurement clarity and fluorocarbon-based O-rings for durability and resistance to the kind of messy seepage that occurs too often with ordinary dipsticks.
Another method is the use of urine dipsticks that can detect protein, blood, nitrite and leucocyte esterase, all of which are associated with urinary tract infection.
Simple to use, inexpensive, diagnostic rotavirus rapid test strips (dipsticks) identify group A rotavirus-positive stools in <30 minutes by lateral flow immunochromatography without indicating the genotype.