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at1 on or in the location of. [5 definitions]
at2 the smaller monetary unit of Laos. (Cf. kip.)
at- to.
Atacama a desert in northern Chile that lies between the Pacific Ocean and the Andes mountains.
Atacama Desert an extremely arid region of northern Chile that lies between the Pacific Ocean and the Andes mountains.
at all to the slightest extent.
at all costs regardless of the effort or sacrifice necessary.
at an angle slanted up or down; crooked.
at any rate in any case; at all events. [2 definitions]
ataractic free from anxiety or other emotional strain, esp. as a result of taking a drug; calm; tranquil.
at arm's length at a distance; emotionally or physically detached.
atavism the reappearance of a biological characteristic in an organism after it has not appeared for several generations, or an organism displaying such a characteristic. [2 definitions]
atavistic of a trait, behavior, or the like, existing or playing a role at an earlier stage or time and recurring or reappearing within an organism or within a society after long absence or seeming disappearance.
ataxia loss or lack of ability to coordinate voluntary muscle movements.
at cross purposes so as to misunderstand or act in a way that frustrates each other's purposes.
-ate1 to become, or to cause to become or have. [5 definitions]
-ate2 a salt or ester of any of certain acids.
Ate in Greek mythology, a personification of humans' wicked folly or blind ambition, that is punished by Nemesis.
ate past tense of eat.
at ease in the military, a standing position in which soldiers may relax but not leave formation or talk. [2 definitions]
atelier a workshop or studio of an artist or artisan.