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A

noun /ei/
the first letter of the English alphabet
La letra ’’A’’
’Ant’ begins with an A.
(music) the sixth note in the scale of C major
la
The first note of the tune is an A.
the highest mark which a student can get for a piece of work or in an examination
Diez, Sobresaliente
I got an A in my history test.
A-bomb /ˈei ˌbom/ noun an atomic bomb
Bomba Atomica
Truman made the decision to drop the A-bomb.
A flat /ˌei ˈflat/ noun (music) a musical note that is a semitone lower than A
la bemol
The next note is an A flat.
A level /ˈei ˌlevəl/ noun Advanced Level; (in Britain) an examination in a particular subject that pupils have to pass if they want to go to university
Examen de Bachillerato
I failed my Chemistry A level
the level of these examinations
Bachillerato
What subjects are you taking at A level?
A-road /ˈei ˌroud/ noun a road in Britain that is smaller than a motorway, but wider than a B-road
Carretera mas pequeña que una Autopista pero mas ancha que una carretera B
A-roads are marked in blue on the map.
A sharp /ˌei ˈʃaːp/ noun (music) a musical note that is a semitone higher than A
la sostenido
The melody ends on an A sharp.
(Definition of A from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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