Origin of -ac
Origin of a.c.1
Origin of A.C.1
Related Words for acmagnetic, electrical, heat, service, rousing, dynamic, tense, stirring, DC, voltaic, tension, light, current, juice, spark, galvanism, utilities, electron, voltage, ignition
Examples from the Web for ac
Contemporary Examples of ac
The conference room suddenly felt very warm, and I wondered if the AC had gone out.I Shot Bin Laden
November 16, 2014
Ghanaian soccer player Michael Essien, who plays for AC Milan, has been the subject of what borders on fear mongering.Europe’s Hidden Ebola Cases
Barbie Latza Nadeau
October 15, 2014
I said to the guy, “Why do they have to turn on the AC so high.”Jamaica, We Have a Dogsled Team
Allen St. John
March 25, 2014
Much debate centered on the necessary current and the current type (AC versus DC) to assure a rapid and painless death.The Death Penalty’s Gruesome Truth
February 6, 2014
Americans bought 1.5 billion cans of tuna last year, according to AC Nielsen data.Honey, They Shrunk the Tuna!
July 29, 2010
Historical Examples of ac
On AC mark the points as in the drawing you wish to enlarge.The Theory and Practice of Perspective
George Adolphus Storey
I have to speak as ac'rate as a school-teacher to satisfy 'em.Donald and Dorothy
Mary Mapes Dodge
When I ac' the part of a negro servant, I talk like a servant.A Summer's Outing
Carter H. Harrison
Let AC (fig. 135) be the line on which soundings are required.
Petrarch, however, did not have a first-hand acquaintance with the Ac.Petrarch's Letters to Classical Authors
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Word Origin for AC
Word Origin for a.c.
abbreviation of air conditioning, by 1966.