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FAQnoun [C]

uk   us   /ˌefˌeɪˈkjuː/
abbreviation forfrequentlyaskedquestion: a ​question in a ​list of ​questions and ​answersintended to ​helppeopleunderstand a ​particularsubject: If you have any ​problems, ​consult the FAQs on ​ourwebsite.
(Definition of FAQ from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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FAQnoun [plural]

(also faq) uk   us   /ˌefeɪˈkjuː/
IT, INTERNET abbreviation for frequentlyaskedquestions: a ​list of ​questions that ​people often ​ask about a particular ​product or ​site on the ​internet and the answers to the ​questions
abbreviation for fair average quality
(Definition of FAQ from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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