CPA

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See also: cPa, cpa, and ćpa

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CPA (countable and uncountable, plural CPAs)

  1. (US, Philippines, accounting) Initialism of certified public accountant.
  2. (Canada, accounting) Initialism of chartered professional accountant.
  3. (accounting) Abbreviation of collaboration protocol agreement in ebXML.
  4. (chemistry) Initialism of copolymer alloy.
  5. (nautical, aviation) Initialism of closest point of approach.
  6. (pathology) Initialism of chronic pulmonary aspergillosis.
  7. (organic chemistry, pharmacology) Abbreviation of cyproterone acetate.
  8. (Semitistics) Abbreviation of Christian Palestinian Aramaic.
  9. (cybersecurity) Abbreviation of correlation power analysis.
  10. (cybersecurity) Abbreviation of chosen-plaintext attack.
  11. (advertising) Abbreviation of cost per action.
  12. (metascience) Abbreviation of co-citation proximity analysis.

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  • IPA(key): /se.pe.a/
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Noun[edit]

CPA m (plural CPAs)

  1. (Canada, accounting) CPA; Initialism of comptable professionnel agréé (chartered professional accountant).