How to Pronounce r & d?

Correct pronunciation for the word "r & d" is [ˈɑː and dˈiː], [ˈɑː and dˈiː], [ˈɑː _a_n_d d_ˈiː].

"R & d" in context

R&D (Research and Development) is the process of investigating, researching and designing new products, services or processes for the purpose of making improvements or developing entirely new products and services. It is used by companies to find ways to remain competitive and improve the quality of their products and services. R&D encompasses a wide range of functions, from developing new products to enhancing existing ones. Companies invest heavily in R&D to stay ahead of the competition and enter new markets.

Typically, R&D takes place in the areas of product design and development, market development and business strategy.

Usage over time for r & d:

This graph shows how "r & d" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

2 words made out of letters R & D

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