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noun uk   us   /ˌeɪˈsiː/

AC noun (ELECTRICITY)

[U] abbreviation for alternating current: electrical current that regularly changes the direction in which it flows
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AC noun (AIR)

[C or U] US abbreviation for air conditioner or air conditioning
Translations of “AC”
in Chinese (Traditional) 電, 交流電…
in Russian переменный ток…
in Turkish değişken elektrik akımı…
in Chinese (Simplified) 电, 交流电…
in Polish AC (= prąd przemienny)…
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