ATS

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Auxiliary Territorial Service (organized in 1941 for women serving in the British army; became part of army in 1949 as WRAC).

Definition for ats (2 of 3)

at

2
[ aht, at ]
/ ɑt, æt /

noun

a money of account of Laos, the 100th part of a kip.

Origin of at

2
1950–55; < Lao; compare Thai ʔàt formerly, a copper coin worth one eighth of a füang, ultimately < Pali aṭṭha eight

Definition for ats (3 of 3)

A.T.S.


American Temperance Society.
American Tract Society.
American Transport Service.
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Examples from the Web for ats

British Dictionary definitions for ats (1 of 5)

At


the chemical symbol for

astatine

symbol for

Also: A ampere-turn

British Dictionary definitions for ats (2 of 5)

AT


abbreviation for

attainment target

British Dictionary definitions for ats (3 of 5)

at

1
/ (æt) /

preposition

Word Origin for at

Old English æt; related to Old Norse at to, Latin ad to

British Dictionary definitions for ats (4 of 5)

at

2
/ (ɑːt, æt) /

noun plural at

a Laotian monetary unit worth one hundredth of a kip

Word Origin for at

from Thai

British Dictionary definitions for ats (5 of 5)

at

3

the internet domain name for

Austria
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Word Origin and History for ats

at


prep.
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Medicine definitions for ats

At


The symbol for the elementastatine
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Science definitions for ats

At


The symbol for astatine.
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