Definition for ac (2 of 11)
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Origin of -ac
Definition for ac (7 of 11)
Origin of a.c.1
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Origin of A.C.1
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Definition for ac (11 of 11)
- account current.
Examples from the Web for ac
The conference room suddenly felt very warm, and I wondered if the AC had gone out.
Ghanaian soccer player Michael Essien, who plays for AC Milan, has been the subject of what borders on fear mongering.
I said to the guy, “Why do they have to turn on the AC so high.”
Much debate centered on the necessary current and the current type (AC versus DC) to assure a rapid and painless death.
Americans bought 1.5 billion cans of tuna last year, according to AC Nielsen data.
Saulus se arleasa beswng a cristenan, ac fter re gecyrrednysse ws se arfsta Paulus for Cristes naman oft beswungen.
Ac he sette gecmp geleaffullum sawlum, t hi gelyfon to geagenne a ecan welan, a e for his naman a hwilwendan speda forhgia.
Ne ferde heo wrigende geond land, ac ws wunigende geyldelice binnan Godes temple.
Ne sceal nan man mid galdre wyrte besingan, ac mid Godes wordum h gebletsian, and swa icgan.
Hinc illae natae sunt Ducum, Comitum, ac reliquorum id genus ad ostentationem confictae appellationes.
British Dictionary definitions for ac (1 of 6)
the internet domain name for
British Dictionary definitions for ac (2 of 6)
the chemical symbol for
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Word Origin for AC
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British Dictionary definitions for ac (5 of 6)
British Dictionary definitions for ac (6 of 6)
Word Origin for a.c.
Word Origin and History for ac
abbreviation of air conditioning, by 1966.