[ fak, ef-ey-kyoo ]
/ fæk, ˈɛfˈeɪˈkyu /
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noun, plural FAQs, FAQ's.Chiefly Digital Technology.
a document, in question and answer format, that introduces newcomers to a topic or answers common questions.
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“Was” is used for the indicative past tense of “to be,” and “were” is only used for the subjunctive past tense.
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If you absolutely must jog your memory on all the details, you can check out handy FAQ from the spring.
British Dictionary definitions for FAQ (1 of 2)
computing frequently asked question or questions: a text file containing basic information on a particular subject
British Dictionary definitions for FAQ (2 of 2)
commerce fair average quality
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Cultural definitions for FAQ
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