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a1 of the first rank or degree. [1/6 definitions]
A.A. abbreviation of "Associate in Arts," an undergraduate degree conferred on a person who has completed a curriculum in the liberal arts.
abate to become less in amount, degree, or intensity; subside. [2/3 definitions]
able having a high degree of ability, talent, or skill. [1/2 definitions]
advance to increase the degree or rate of. [1/13 definitions]
albedo the degree to which a planet, asteroid, or the like reflects light. [2 definitions]
alike to the same degree or in a like manner. [1/2 definitions]
alloy the relative degree of purity of a metal; fineness. [1/5 definitions]
a lot to a great degree or extent. [1/2 definitions]
angle1 the degree to which a line or plane slants with respect to a horizontal or vertical plane. [1/10 definitions]
antiparticle in physics, either of two subatomic particles that have the same mass, spin, degree of charge, and magnetic moment, but that have opposite signs of charge and directions of magnetic moment and whose collision causes mutual annihilation.
any to a degree or extent. [1/7 definitions]
anything in or to any degree; at all. [1/3 definitions]
approach to move in the direction of or become nearly equal to in quality, degree, or amount. [1/9 definitions]
approximate to be quite similar to or come very near to in quality, quantity, or degree. [1/6 definitions]
as1 equally; to the same extent or degree. [2/10 definitions]
audacity courage or boldness, often accompanied by a degree of recklessness or arrogance; daring. [1/3 definitions]
audiometer an instrument that measures range and degree of hearing ability.
augment to make greater in size, degree, or amount; intensify by adding. [2 definitions]
b of the second rank or degree. [1/5 definitions]
B.A. abbreviation of "Bachelor of Arts," an undergraduate degree conferred on a person who has completed a curriculum in the liberal arts; A.B.