DOA is often an acronym for dead on arrival or Dead or Alive.

DOA may also refer to:





  • "D.O.A" a 2010 BBC Three television comedy starring Kris Marshall and Karen Taylor
  • "D.O.A." (Tru Calling), an episode of American drama series Tru Calling
  • "DOA For a Day", a 4th season episode of CSI: NY


  • Dioctyl adipate, or DOA, an ester of n-octanol and adipic acid, to form a plasticizer oil


See also

  • Doa (moth)
  • All pages with titles containing "DOA"

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  • DOA — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda D.O.A. Información personal Origen Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada Información artística Género(s) …   Wikipedia Español

  • DOA — [ ,di ou eı ] adjective 1. ) dead on arrival: used for describing someone who is dead by the time they arrive at the hospital 2. ) INFORMAL something that is DOA has not been successful, usually because it did not exist long enough to develop:… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • DOA — bzw. D.O.A. steht als Abkürzung für: Dead On Arrival, eine Garantiebestimmung bzw. ein Code im amerikanischen Rettungsdienst Dead or Alive (Computerspiel), ein Videospiel DOA: Dead or Alive, ein Actionfilm (2006) Deutscher Olympischer Ausschuss D …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • DOA — abbrdead on arrival Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …   Law dictionary

  • DOA — DOA; ha·den·doa; …   English syllables

  • DOA — DOA: DIN Kurzzeichen für sog. Dioctyladipat (Di(2 ethylhexyl)adipat) als Weichmacher …   Universal-Lexikon

  • DOA — also d.o.a., 1929, police slang abbreviation of dead on arrival …   Etymology dictionary

  • DOA — (dead on arrival) one who dies before arriving at a hospital …   English contemporary dictionary

  • doa — [doà] tun (mei, duad mir heit mei Kreiz wieder weh. Is aa koa Wunder ned. Wennst an ganzn Tag vorm PC hockst und boarische Wörter eitippst, nacha kriagst Kreizweh...) …   Bayrische Wörterbuch von Rupert Frank

  • DOA — abbrev. dead on arrival …   English World dictionary

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