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a.c.1

1.
(in prescriptions) before meals.
Origin of a.c.1
From the Latin word ante cibum

a.c.2

1.
Real Estate. air conditioning.
2.
Electricity. alternating current.

A.C.1

1.
before Christ.
Origin
From the Latin word ante Christum

A.C.2

1.
Real Estate. air conditioning.
2.
Electricity. alternating current.
3.
Army Corps.
4.
Athletic Club.
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a.c.

abbreviation
1.
(in prescriptions) ante cibum
Word Origin
Latin: before meals
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