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a1 A is the first letter of the English alphabet. We also write it as a. The English alphabet has 26 letters, but every letter has a large size and a small size. We call each letter by the same name, but we often write the large letter and the small letter a little differently. [1/6 definitions]
a3 in every or in each; for every or for each.
about on each side of; around. [1/11 definitions]
actinium a radioactive chemical element of the rare-earth group that has eighty-nine protons in each nucleus. (symbol: Ac)
adjutant general (cap.) in the U.S. National Guard, the chief administrative officer in each state. [1/3 definitions]
à la carte with separate charges for each item as stated on the menu. (Cf. prix fixe, table d'hôte.)
Aladdin in The Arabian Nights, a boy who finds a magic lamp and ring, each of which enables him to bring forth a powerful genie who can grant his every wish.
all each of the people or things mentioned or implied. [2/12 definitions]
alley1 the space between the two outer sets of lines on each side of a tennis court, used only in doubles. [1/5 definitions]
aluminum a chemical element that has thirteen protons in each nucleus, occurs commonly in ores such as bauxite, and in pure form is a strong lightweight corrosion-resistant silvery metal with many industrial uses. (symbol: Al)
americium a synthetic radioactive chemical element that has ninety-five protons in each nucleus. (symbol: Am)
among into portions for each of more than two. [1/5 definitions]
amphiprostyle having a row of columns at each end but none along the sides, as an ancient Greek temple.
anastigmatic free from astigmatism; esp. of compound lenses, being such that each part of the lens corrects the astigmatism in the other part.
annual a periodical published once each year; yearbook. [1/4 definitions]
antimony a chemical element that has fifty-one protons in each nucleus and forms a brittle bluish white metal crystal, used in hard alloys, electrical components, and medicines. (symbol: Sb)
antipodes places directly opposite each other on the surface of the earth, as the North Pole and the South Pole.
any one or another; each and every. [1/7 definitions]
apiece for or from each one; each.
argon a chemical element of the inert gas group that has eighteen protons in each nucleus. (symbol: Ar)
arithmetic progression a sequence of numbers that results from adding a constant number, such as 4, to each previous number, and thus obtaining a series such as 6, 10, 14, 18, 22, 26.