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AC • abbr. ∎  (also ac) alternating current: ∎  (also ac) air conditioning. ∎  before Christ. ∎  athletic club. ∎  (ac.) acre.

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AC

AC Appellation contrôlée; see wine classification, France.

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Ac

Ac • symb. the chemical element actinium.

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Ac (chemical symbol)

Ac, symbol for the element actinium.

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AC (abbreviation for alternating current)

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