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Architecture Extended + Automatic Transmission

ax

[n] - an edge tool with a heavy bladed head mounted across a handle 2. [v] - terminate, as of a project or a program
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Ax

• (v. t. & i.) To ask; to inquire or inquire of. • (n.) Alt. of Axe
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axe noun an edge tool with a heavy bladed head mounted across a handle
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Ax

Ax transitive verb & i. [ Middle English axien and asken . See Ask .] To ask; to inquire or inquire of. » This word is from Saxon, and is as old as the English language. Formerly it was in good use, but now is regarded as a vulgarism. It is still dialectic in England, and is s...
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A style of Brazilian pop music from Bahia since about 1985. It incorporates rock or jazz with Brazilian and Caribbean rhythms, including samba and reggae. Surdos are often used in the percussion. Literally means "happy and peaceful" music.
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AX

Agility Excellent
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ax (AKS) misused for ask (ASK) A mispronunciation of ask used by a large number of people including those who are considered to be educated: 'I will ax my friend if she wants to go to the dance with me.' 'Didn`t you ax me that yesterday?' Remember: Ax ax when you mean ask! The pronunciation of this word has wavered between ask and a...
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Ax

Ax is Dorset slang for to ask.
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Ax

Axillary
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ax

hand tool used for chopping, splitting, chipping, and piercing. Stone Age hand axes originated in simple stone implements that acquired wooden hafts, ... [7 related articles]
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ax

To ask; to inquire or inquire of. ... This word is from Saxon, and is as old as the English language. Formerly it was in good use, but now is regarded as a vulgarism. It is still dialectic in England, and is sometimes heard among the uneducated in the United States. 'And Pilate axide him, Art thou king of Jewis?' 'Or if he axea fish.' 'bdThe king a...
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Type: Abbreviation Definitions: 1. Abbreviation for axis.
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AX

USN project for a medium-sized carrier-based attack aircraft to replace the A-6 Intruder [US]
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