ach

[ahkh]

ACH

  1. automated clearinghouse.

ACh

Biochemistry.
  1. acetylcholine.
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Examples from the Web for ach

Historical Examples of ach

  • "Ach, no," said he humbly; for he could not look upon my face and hold his anger.

  • "Ach, Frulein, please do not leave us—and the fire," he added; for Dorothy had risen.

    Roden's Corner

    Henry Seton Merriman

  • Mrs. Hermann would glance at me quickly, emit slight "Ach's!"

    Falk

    Joseph Conrad

  • "Ach, no," chimed in husband and wife together as soon as they understood.

    Brother Copas

    Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch

  • Now, if you will follow me a few paces to ze right, here… Ach!

    Brother Copas

    Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch


British Dictionary definitions for ach

ach

interjection
  1. Scot an expression of surprise, impatience, disgust, etcAlso: och
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Word Origin and History for ach
interj.

aspirated form of ah; in English often used to represent German or Celtic speech.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper

ach in Medicine

Ach

abbr.
  1. acetylcholine
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