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acronym

noun as in acrostic

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Savvy shoppers love the acronym BOGO, because it means “buy one, get one” free.

Even the brand’s nam Avre—an acronym for “authentic, versatile, responsible, empowered”—embodies the brand’s platforms.

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Eliminating unnecessary acronyms could increase science accessibility and get people more interested in technical subjects.

It really shows how specific and isolating all these acronyms can be.

A group of researchers in Australia, including a marine ecologist and a statistician, looked at almost 25 million scientific articles between 1950 and 2019, searching for trends in acronym use.

Bae,” for example, is a term of endearment that is either short for “baby” or an acronym for “before anyone else.

He used the Arab acronym for ISIS or ISIL, as the self-proclaimed “Islamic State” commonly is known.

Try not to laugh when you notice what the acronym for said foundation is.

RICO is the acronym for the Racketeer-influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act.

The acronym of the embodying League of the Common Fate is SOS.

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On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to acronym, such as: cipher, composition, phrase, and wordplay.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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