Q, q Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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Q, qnoun

uk   us   /kjuː/ (plural Qs, Q's or q's)

Q, q noun (LETTER)

[C or U] the 17th ​letter of the ​Englishalphabet

Q, q noun (QUESTION)

(also q) written abbreviation for question noun

Q, q noun (PERIOD OF TIME)

abbreviation forquarter: a ​period of three ​months in a company's ​financialyear: Apple ​reportslower than ​expected Q3 ​profits.
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