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AA

noun uk   /ˌeɪˈeɪ/ us  

AA noun (DEGREE)

[C] abbreviation for Associate in Arts: a degree given by an American college to someone after they have finished a two-year course, or a person who has this degree

AA noun (ALCOHOL)

abbreviation for Alcoholics Anonymous: an organization for people who drink too much alcohol and want to cure themselves of this habit: an AA meeting

AA noun (CARS)

the AA abbreviation for the Automobile Association: an organization in the UK that gives help and information to drivers who are members of it
(Definition of AA from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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