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assignation an appointment to meet, esp. between lovers; tryst. [2 definitions]
assignee a person to whom a right, claim, interest, or property is legally transferred. [2 definitions]
assignment an assigned task, such as a job or lesson. [4 definitions]
assimilate to absorb and incorporate (knowledge, experience, or the like). [8 definitions]
assimilation the act, process, or condition of assimilating or being assimilated. [3 definitions]
assist to give support or aid to. [5 definitions]
assistance the act of giving aid or support. [2 definitions]
assistant a person who gives help, aid, or assistance. [2 definitions]
assize (usu. pl.) a legislative or court session, esp. English and Welsh circuit court sessions. [4 definitions]
assn. abbreviation of "association," a group of people joined together for a common purpose or by a mutual interest.
assoc. abbreviation of "associate," or "associates," a person or persons holding a subordinate rank of membership.
associate to join as an ally, partner, or friend. [10 definitions]
associated linked; related.
associate professor a college or university professor ranking above an assistant professor and below a full professor.
associate's degree a degree that you get after finishing a program of studies at a community college.
association a group of people joined together for a common purpose or by a mutual interest. [4 definitions]
associative of, pertaining to, or caused by association. [2 definitions]
associative property in addition and multiplication, the characteristic that allows you to add or multiply a group of numbers in any order and get the same answer. For example, in multiplication, (5 x 2) x 7 is equal to (7 x 2) x 5.
assonance similarity in sounds, esp. vowel sounds. [2 definitions]
as soon as at the time that.
assort to arrange or classify in groups; sort. [2 definitions]