Pronunciation:  US [æd] UK [.eɪ 'diː]
  • n."Net" score = advantage after playing to a draw. Ad in (after playing to a draw) Act score
  • abbr.Outside the box (= Anno Domini) A. D.
  • prep.To; According to
  • WebAlzheimer's disease (Alzheimer's disease); Active Directory (Active Directory); Advertisement (advertisement)
<<>  Anno Domini) 
(= Active duty) 
(= assembly district) 

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