S.A.

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(used in French and Spanish as an abbreviation for corporation.)

Origin of S.A.

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< French société anonyme or Spanish sociedad anónima

S.A.

2

Salvation Army.
seaman apprentice.
South Africa.
South America.
South Australia.

S/A

Banking. survivorship agreement.
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British Dictionary definitions for s-a

s.a.

abbreviation for

semiannual
sex appeal
sine anno

Word Origin for s.a.

Latin: without date
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s-a in Medicine

S-A

abbr.

sinoatrial
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