ID

/aɪ ˈdi/ (say uy 'dee) Colloquial

noun
1. documentation providing personal details, such as name, address, date of birth, etc., used to verify the identity, age, etc., of a person: you need ID to open a bank account.
2. an identification of a person: to get a positive ID.
verb (t) (ID'd, ID'ing)
3. to identify (a person).
{from id(entification), treated as an initialism}

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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