abac

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See also: ABAC, àbac, and Abac

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abac (plural abacs)

  1. (mathematics) A nomogram.

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Etymology[edit]

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Noun[edit]

abac m (plural abacs)

  1. abacus

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abac

  1. Alternative spelling of abak

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Etymology[edit]

French abaque.

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abac n (plural abace)

  1. An abacus.
  2. A table or diagram that facilitates solving a mathematical problem.

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