what "O"means Here is a dialog Could you please tell me what "O" means? Mean ok? A: How do you feel? B: I hurt A: doctor gave you something right? A; The kid stuff, nothing is with an "o" . I think they were on me Looking forward to your prompt reply. Best Regards Eden
Dec 2, 2014 4:17 PM
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The most powerful class of painkillers is the class of opioids - the most famous of which is "oxycodone" / "oxycontin." So when B (I think the last A should be a B, since this is a conversation) said "the kid stuff, nothing with an 'o'", he is saying that the doctor only gave him a less powerful painkiller, and the name of the drug does not start with an "o" (like oxycodone/oxycontin).
December 2, 2014
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