A-

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A- (plural A-'s)

  1. Academic grade issued by some institutions, which is inferior to an A and superior to a B+.

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A-

  1. A- (atomic, nuclear)

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Category Danish words prefixed with A- not found

Norwegian Bokmål[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From the first letter of the Norwegian alphabet, A, from Latin A, from Ancient Greek Α (A, alpha), likely through the Etruscan language, from Phoenician 𐤀(ʾ), from Proto-Canaanite Protoalef.svg, from Proto-Sinaitic Proto-semiticA-01.svg, from Egyptian 𓃾.

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A-

  1. indicating the first or best in something
    A-lag
    A-team
    A-kjendis
    A-list celebrity

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