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4WD abbreviation of "four-wheel drive," a car that drives by means of all four wheels rather than the rear wheels only, or the drive system of such, in which both front and rear wheel axles are turned by the drive shaft.
about on all sides; here and there. [1/11 definitions]
across the board applying equally to all parts or members.
actinide series the series of chemical elements, mostly synthetic and all radioactive, that have from eighty-nine to 103 protons per atom.
ADP a biochemical compound involved in the storing and releasing of energy in all living cells; adenosine diphosphate. (Cf. ATP.)
a fortiori (Latin) for a strong reason; all the more so.
Afro-Eurasia the land mass of Earth that includes all of Africa, Europe, and Asia.
agreement an arrangement that determines a course of action to be followed by all parties to a transaction, or a document that describes this arrangement. [1/5 definitions]
ahimsa (Sanskrit) the principle of nonviolence based on the belief in the sacredness of all living creatures, as held by Buddhists, Hindus, and others.
air all that is above the ground; sky. [1/8 definitions]
alchemy an ancient exploration and practice of chemistry which flourished particularly during medieval times. Practitioners used chemical processes in the hope of, for example, producing gold from base metals, finding the key to eternal life, and uncovering a single cure for all disease. [1/2 definitions]
alive of all those living (used for emphasis). [1/4 definitions]
all-around considering everything; all in all. [1/2 definitions]
Allhallows All Saints' Day.
all-round all-around.
All Saints' Day in some Christian churches, a festival on November 1 that celebrates all the saints; Allhallows.
all-star a player on an all-star team. [1/2 definitions]
all-time of all time; never greater; unsurpassed.
all told including everyone or everything; counting all.
almighty having absolute power; all-powerful, as a deity. [1/3 definitions]
almost not quite all; nearly.