verb (used with object)
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grammar notes for acronym
OTHER WORDS FROM acronymac·ro·nym·ic, a·cron·y·mous [uh-kron-uh-muhs], /əˈkrɒn ə məs/, adjectiveac·ro·nym·i·cal·ly, adverb
Example sentences from the Web for acronym
Snappy acronyms are a time-honored tradition in the self-help genre.
Gelsinger will need more than a few more acronyms to succeed.
HOMES is a well-known acronym for them and that would fit nicely into one of the 5×5 rows.Solution to Evan Birnholz’s Dec. 27 Post Magazine crossword, “5×5”|Evan Birnholz|December 27, 2020|Washington Post
To some digital marketers and small businesses, this might be the first time of hearing this marketing acronym.Seven underrated Google Analytics features that boost performance|Chuks Chukwuemeka|December 18, 2020|Search Engine Watch
Under the current system, users pay 10 cents per page to view the public records through the service known as PACER, an acronym for Public Access to Court Electronic Records.
Mind you, what I'm talking about isn't some superficial acronymic layer.
British Dictionary definitions for acronym
Derived forms of acronymacronymic or acronymous (əˈkrɒnɪməs), adjective
Word Origin for acronym
Cultural definitions for acronym
A word formed by combining the beginning letters of a name or phrase, as in WASP for white Anglo-Saxon Protestant, or by combining the initial syllables of a series of words, as in radar, which stands for radio detecting and ranging.