WAAC

or W.A.A.C.

[ wak ]
/ wæk /

noun

U.S. Military.
  1. Women's Army Auxiliary Corps: founded during World War II.
  2. a member of the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps.Compare Wac.
British.
  1. Women's Army Auxiliary Corps: founded in 1917.
  2. a member of the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps.Compare WRAC.

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Origin of WAAC

1942 for def 1
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British Dictionary definitions for waac

WAAC
/ (wæk) /

n acronym for (formerly)

Women's Army Auxiliary Corps
Also called: waac a member of this corps
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