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audiovisual having both sound and a picture, as does a film. [2 definitions]
audit an often official examination of records or financial accounts to check their accuracy, or the report of such an examination. [4 definitions]
auditable combined form of audit.
audition a trial performance by an actor, musician, or dancer. [5 definitions]
auditor one who audits record or accounts. [3 definitions]
auditorium a large room in which performances, speeches, and the like are given in front of an audience, or a building housing such a space.
auditory of or pertaining to hearing or the sense of hearing.
auf Wiedersehen (German) until we see each other again; good-bye for now (used at parting).
Aug. abbreviation of "August," the eighth month of the Gregorian calendar year, having thirty-one days.
Augean of or suggesting Augeas, a king in Greek mythology, or his stables, which had not been cleaned for thirty years until Hercules changed the course of a river so that it swept through them. [2 definitions]
auger a tool used by carpenters for boring holes in wood.
aught1 anything at all; any little part or bit.
aught2 the cipher 0. [2 definitions]
augment to make greater in size, degree, or amount; intensify by adding. [2 definitions]
augmentation the process of augmenting or of being augmented. [2 definitions]
augmentative tending or serving to augment. [3 definitions]
augmented made greater or enhanced.
au gratin coated or covered with bread crumbs, and sometimes butter or cheese, and baked until brown.
augur one who predicts the future or tries to obtain hidden knowledge by interpreting signs and omens, esp. an ancient Roman religious official with such a duty; soothsayer. [5 definitions]
augury the art or practice or an instance of predicting the future or obtaining hidden knowledge by interpreting omens. [2 definitions]
August the eighth month of the Gregorian calendar year, having thirty-one days.