PC

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PC most commonly refers to:

PC may also stand for:

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Art and entertainment[edit]

  • Piano concerto
  • Picture cover, a method of book binding in which the cover of the book has a picture relating to the contents
  • Player character or playable character, a fictional character controlled by a human player, usually in role-playing games or computer games
  • Pretty Cure, a Japanese animated TV series
  • Priyanka Chopra, Indian actress, singer and former Miss World
  • Port Charles, an American daytime TV soap opera

Video games[edit]

Other uses[edit]

  • pc, symbol for the parsec, an astronomical measure of distance
  • pc, symbol for the pica, a typographic unit of measure
  • pC, symbol for the picocoulomb, a unit of electrostatic charge
  • PC, symbol for the petacoulomb, a unit of electrostatic charge
  • Partly cloudy, a weather forecast designation mostly used in North American English newspapers
  • Patent Chimney, used by Sanborn maps in Rocky Mountain and Pacific Coast states in the United States.[1]
  • Pitch class, in music, a set of all pitches that are a whole number of octaves apart
  • Pitch count, the amount of pitches a pitcher throws in baseball, softball, etc.
  • Postcard or postal card, a thick, typically rectangular piece of paper intended for mailing
  • Preclear (Scientology), a person who has not overcome the "reactive mind"
  • Pro-choice, the view that women should have the choice of whether or not to terminate a pregnancy
  • Program counter, a special register inside CPUs
  • Prontor-Compur, a standard connector type for photographic flash synchronization
  • Protective custody, a type of imprisonment or care to protect a person from harm
  • Proto-Celtic, the reconstructed common ancestor of the Celtic languages
  • Public convenience, a toilet

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