AAA

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Translingual[edit]

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Symbol[edit]

AAA

  1. A standard size of dry cell battery smaller than AA.

English[edit]

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Pronunciation[edit]

Usually pronounced as either "triple A" or "three A".

Noun[edit]

AAA (plural AAAs)

  1. (medicine) Initialism of abdominal aortic aneurysm.
  2. (organic chemistry) Initialism of aromatic amino acid.
  3. (military) Initialism of anti-aircraft artillery.
  4. (psychology) Initialism of animal-assisted activity.
  5. Initialism of advanced acoustic array.
  6. Initialism of Access Approval Authority.
  7. Initialism of accumulated adjustments account, in US Federal Income Tax
  8. Initialism of adaptive array antenna.
  9. Initialism of airborne assault area.
  10. Initialism of aircraft alert area.
  11. Initialism of airport airspace analysis.
  12. Initialism of angle angle angle, a geometric proof
  13. Initialism of arrival and assembly area.
  14. Initialism of astronaut-actuated abort.
  15. Initialism of attitude, awareness and accountability, a ski safety program
  16. Initialism of authentication, authorization and accounting.}
  17. Initialism of automated airlift analysis.
  18. Initialism of administration, authorization, and authentication, in software security
  19. Initialism of AEGIS acquisition agent.
  20. Initialism of aerospace engineering, applied mechanics, and aviation.
  21. Initialism of air avenue of approach.
  22. Initialism of airborne array aperture.
  23. Initialism of allocations, assessments, and analysis.
  24. Initialism of alternate assembly area.
  25. Initialism of authorization accounting activity; authorized accounting activity.

Proper noun[edit]

AAA

  1. (US, historical, law) Initialism of Agricultural Adjustment Act.
  2. (US, historical, law) Initialism of Agricultural Adjustment Administration.
    • 2001, James S. Olson, “Agricultural Adjustment Administration”, in Historical Dictionary of the Great Depression, 1929–1940, Greenwood Press, →ISBN, page 5:
      Black's ideas were first implemented when Congress passed the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1933,* which became the heart and soul of New Deal* agricultural policy. The legislation created the Agricultural Adjustment Administration (AAA) to implement Black's ideas. [] Under the Agricultural Adjustment Act, the AAA would negotiate “marketing agreements” in which individual farmers agreed to reduce production.
  3. (US) Initialism of American Anthropological Association.
    • 2003, Carolyn Fluehr-Lobban, “Introduction”, in Carolyn Fluehr-Lobban, editor, Ethics and the Profession of Anthropology: Dialogue for Ethically Conscious Practice, 2nd edition, AltaMira Press, →ISBN, page xii:
      Through its major professional organization, the American Anthropological Association (AAA), the discipline hoped to find a solution to its crisis through reorganization. Completed in 1984, nine affiliated societies signed a merger agreement with the AAA.
  4. Initialism of Abortion Assistance Association.
  5. Initialism of All American Aviation.
  6. Initialism of Allegheny Airlines.
  7. (British, art, historical) Initialism of Allied Artists' Association.
  8. Initialism of Allied Artists of America.
  9. Initialism of American Abstract Artists.
  10. (dated) Initialism of American Academy of Allergy, now see AAAAI
  11. Initialism of American Academy of Actuaries.
  12. Initialism of American Academy of Advertising.
  13. Initialism of American Accordionists Association.
  14. Initialism of American Accounting Association.
  15. Initialism of American Airship Association.
  16. Initialism of American Ambulance Association.
  17. Initialism of American Antarctic Association.
  18. Initialism of American Arbitration Association.
  19. Initialism of American Association of Anatomists.
  20. Initialism of American Astronomers Association.
  21. Initialism of American Australian Association.
  22. (US) Initialism of American Automobile Association.
  23. Initialism of Access All Areas, Sony music project.
  24. (US, dated) Initialism of Actors and Artistes of America now, the AAAA.
  25. Initialism of Agricultural Aviation Association.
  26. Initialism of Agricultural Adjustment Association.
  27. (British) Initialism of Amateur Athletic Association.
  28. Initialism of Antique Airplane Association.
  29. Initialism of Appraisers Association of America.
  30. Initialism of Archives of American Art.
  31. Initialism of Association of Accounting Administrators.
  32. Initialism of Association of Average Adjusters.
  33. Initialism of Armenian Assembly of America.
  34. Initialism of Argentine Anticommunist Alliance.
  35. Initialism of ANSI Artists of America.
  36. Initialism of Area-Agency on Aging.
  37. Initialism of Army Athletic Association.
  38. (dated, US)Initialism of Army Audit Agency, the USAAA, United States Army Audit Agency.
  39. Initialism of Associated Agents of America.
  40. (dated) Initialism of Australian Association of Accountants.
  41. Initialism of Australian Automobile Association.
  42. Autoridad de Acueductos y Alcantarillados (Aqueduct and Sewer Authority, Puerto Rico)

Symbol[edit]

AAA

  1. (sports, Canada, US) The highest level of minor league baseball, often used by extension in other sports to indicate the highest level of minor league play in that sport as well.
  2. A very narrow shoe size.
  3. (finance) The highest credit rating given by debt analysis agencies such as Standard & Poor's, Moody's, and A.M. Best.
  4. (video games) A high-quality video game expected to sell well, typically with a large development budget.[1]

Initialism[edit]

AAA

  1. Initialism of Acquisition Approval Authority.
  2. (Can we verify(+) this sense?) Initialism of action, awareness, alert.
  3. Alaska
  4. (Can we verify(+) this sense?) Assign alternate area
  5. Awaiting aircraft availability

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kyle Orland, Scott Steinberg, and David Thomas, The Videogame Style Guide And Reference Manual ed. Scott Jones and Shana Hertz (Power Play, 2007) 12.
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