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ACORN

noun [S]
 
 
/ˈeɪkɔːn/
abbreviation for A Classification of Residential Neighbourhoods: a system of information about how much people earn, their social class, etc. that includes all areas in the UK: A company's targeting of consumers is often based on ACORN.
Translations of “ACORN”
in Spanish Bellota…
in Korean 도토리…
in Arabic جَوْزة البَلُّوط…
in Portuguese bolota…
in Catalan gla…
in Japanese ドングリ…
in Italian ghianda…
in Chinese (Traditional) 橡實,橡子…
in Russian желудь…
in Turkish meşe palamudu…
in Chinese (Simplified) 橡实,橡子…
in Polish żołądź…
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