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Verb
/ˈdī-it/,
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diets, plural;
  1. Restrict oneself to small amounts or special kinds of food in order to lose weight
    • - it's difficult to diet
Noun
  1. A legislative assembly in certain countries

  2. A regular meeting of the states of a confederation

  3. A meeting or session of a court


  1. a prescribed selection of foods
  2. follow a regimen or a diet, as for health reasons; "He has high blood pressure and must stick to a low-salt diet"
  3. a legislative assembly in certain countries (e.g., Japan)
  4. eat sparingly, for health reasons or to lose weight
  5. the usual food and drink consumed by an organism (person or animal)
  6. the act of restricting your food intake (or your intake of particular foods)
  7. This is an episode list for the animated cartoon series Aqua Teen Hunger Force. The series premiered on Cartoon Network on December 30, 2000. It later became part of Cartoon Network's Adult Swim programming block. In the early days of Adult Swim, the show was rated TV-PG. ...
  8. In politics, a diet is a formal deliberative assembly. The term is mainly used historically for the general assembly of Imperial Estates of the Holy Roman Empire and for the legislative body of certain countries.
  9. The 'Swank Diet is a low saturated fat diet for the management of Multiple Sclerosis developed by Dr. Roy L. Swank (1909-2008), which he introduced in 1948. ...
  10. In nutrition, diet is the sum of food consumed by a person or other organism. Dietary habits are the habitual decisions an individual or culture makes when choosing what foods to eat. ...
  11. The Diet is a 1963 animated short from King Features Syndicate that stars Beetle Bailey.
  12. The food and beverage a person or animal consumes; A controlled regimen of food and drink, as to gain or lose weight or otherwise influence health; By extension, any habitual intake or consumption; A council or assembly of leaders; a formal deliberative assembly; To regulate the food of ( ...
  13. (Dietary) The fixed (and often basic and monotonous) diet prescribed for workhouse inmates. The dietary specified the food to be served to each class of inmate (male/female, adult/children etc.) for each meal of the week, often including the exact amount to be provided. ...
  14. (Dietary) The treatment of disorders and diseases, with specific substances, to correct or prevent an imbalance and to correct daily nutrition. It allows for the biochemical balance to be achieved through supplementation, that can be maintained with the daily diet.
  15. What a person eats and drinks. Any type of eating plan.
  16. The kinds and amounts of foods that a person should eat or avoid eating.
  17. A selected assortment of foods designed for a specific purpose
  18. A sitting, or meeting of the court for the purpose of taking steps in the proceedings in any prosecution.
  19. How the organism receives its source of energy. In PHYLO, diet has been broken down to 5 categories which are symbolized with a coloured circle. They are photosynthetic, molecular carbon, herbivore, omnivore, and carnivore.
  20. The food an animalAny living thing that is not a plant. Most animals can move about freely. All use plants or other animals as food. All have sensory organs. eats.
  21. the total daily food intake, or the types of foods eaten
  22. A regiment of foods eaten to obtain a goal. Some diets consist of just changes to what you eat, while some other diets require specialty food. You can save money on these diets by using things such as Medifast coupons.
  23. The legislative arm of the Holy Roman Empire formally established by Charles IV in 1356. Originally, it consisted of three divisions: electors (seven lay and ecclesiastical princes), the college of princes, and representatives of imperial cities. ...
  24. The national legislature. From 1890 to 1947, known as the Imperial Diet (in Japanese, Teikoku Gikai) with an appointed House of Peers and elected House of Representatives. ...
  25. Japanese parliament established as part of the new constitution of 1889; part of Meiji reforms; could pass laws and approve budgets; able to advise government, but not to control it. (p. 821)