-an

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English - English
Appended to nouns to form an agent noun

comedian comedy +‎ -anhistorian history +‎ -an.

of or pertaining to; adjective suffix appended to various words, often nouns, to make an adjective form. Often added to words of Latin origin, but used with other words also

Minnesota, Minnesotan.

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A set of sizes for screw threads agreed upon and jointly used by the United States Army and Navy
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The first letter of the Georgian alphabet, ა (mkhedruli), Ⴀ (asomtavruli) or ⴀ (nuskhuri)
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In each; to or for each; per

I was only going twenty miles an hour.

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If, so long as

An it please you, my lord.

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Indefinite article; used when the noun may refer to one of several possibilities. An egg could be any of several eggs, while the egg refers to a specific egg (already mentioned or known)
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{a} one, denoting a single person or thing
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Of or relating to the set of sizes for screw threads agreed upon and jointly used by the United States Army and Navy
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Newly established: No known negative information
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A young Alan undergoing training with Tywe All young Alan are given a name without the adult appellation "we" This is gained when the young Alan is fully trained and is accepted as an adult
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sweetened puree of cooked red beans
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Active Network
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NAT, ann, anna, initial six months or year's income due in payment to executors of an estate
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Acrylonitrile
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Contains all temperature telemetry points and is most useful when studying the thermal trends of the SIs and vehicle The aft-shroud light shield temperatures are reported in AN format and are currently the best indicators in determining the periodic change in the OTA focus (breathing) AN format does contain the S/C velocity and position vectors
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Access Node See Node
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access node A broadband Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) remote switch that performs grooming, concentration, and switching functions
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ammonium nitrate - used for explosives
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push (down)
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indefinite article IF - a possibility PA - father
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(See Access Node )
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houmous
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Analog
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One of two aliens that appeared in SailormoonR She disguised herself as Ginga Natsumi and attended Juban Junior High School She had a crush on Chiba Mamoru
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an associate degree in nursing
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art [{see a}] satu (buah) 2 art [{see a}] sebuah (buah) 3 art [{see a}] suatu (buah)
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Access Network
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Australian National Railway Commission
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article
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abbr Annunciator
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Alaska Native
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pron or adj: one; alone 705, 732, 784, 888
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After Newton The period of time that has elapsed since the cancellation of the Newton Generally agreed to be any point after February 27th, 1998 AN is also an abbreviation for the Action Names software package See also BN and DN Source: NTLK
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Data Analysis Software of CTAS
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In such expressions as "twice an hour,"
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It is used before nouns of the singular number only, and signifies one, or any, but somewhat less emphatically
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an WEAK STRONG An is used instead of `a', the indefinite article, in front of words that begin with vowel sounds. see also a. Netherlands Antilles (in Internet addresses). airman, Navy. Word History: The forms of the indefinite article are good examples of what can happen to a word when it becomes habitually pronounced without stress. An is in fact a weakened form of one; both an and one come from Old English ān "one." In early Middle English, besides representing the cardinal numeral "one," ān developed the special function of indefinite article, and in this role the word was ordinarily pronounced with very little or no stress. Sound changes that affected unstressed syllables elsewhere in the language affected it also. First, the vowel was shortened and eventually reduced to a schwa (ə). Second, the n was lost before consonants. This loss of n affected some other words as well; it explains why English has both my and mine, thy and thine. Originally these were doublets just like a and an, with mine and thine occurring only before vowels, as in Ben Jonson's famous line "Drink to me only with thine eyes." By the time of Modern English, though, my and thy had replaced mine and thine when used before nouns (that is, when not used predicatively, as in This book is mine), just as some varieties of Modern English use a even before vowels (a apple). And if; if. W1S1 used when the following word begins with a vowel sound a
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"once an age,"
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a shilling an ounce (see 2d A, 2), it has a distributive force, and is equivalent to each, every
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This word is properly an adjective, but is commonly called the indefinite article
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In such expressions as "twice an hour," "once an age," a shilling an ounce (see 2d A, 2), it has a distributive force, and is equivalent to each, every
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If; a word used by old English authors
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indefinite article used before a word which starts with a vowel
Turkish - Turkish

Definition of -an in Turkish Turkish dictionary

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(Osmanlı Dönemi) En kısa bir zaman. Lahza. Dem. Cüz'i bir zaman
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Zamanın bölünemeyecek kadar kısa parçası, lahza: "Emaneti bir an önce evine götürseler, iyi olur."- A. İlhan. İki tarla arasındaki sınır
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Zihin
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(Osmanlı Dönemi) Cemi edâtı. Kelimenin sonuna getirilerek cemi' yapılır. Meselâ: Âlimân: Âlimler. Anân: Onlar. Merdân: Adamlar. İnsanlar. Zenân: Kadınlar.Kelimenin sonuna getirilerek sıfat edatı yapılır: Ters: Korku. Tersân: Korkak.Kelimeyi zarf yapar. Güyân: Söyliyerek
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(Osmanlı Dönemi) f. Uzağı gösteren işâret ismi. Şu. Bu. O
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(Osmanlı Dönemi) Güzellik câzibesi. Melâhat. Güzellik
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En kısa zaman
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Tarlalar arasında sınır çizgisi olarak kullanılan ekilmemiş bölüm
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Güzellik, cazibe
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Zamanın bölünemeyecek kadar kısa bir parçası, lâhza
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iki tarla arasındaki sınır
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Tarla sınırı
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Güzellik
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Lahza
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Bağ, bahçe sınırı
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