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Abc

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1. abc, abc's, abcs, alphabet, first principle, first rudiment, rudiment

the elementary stages of any subject (usually plural)

Example Sentences:
'he mastered only the rudiments of geometry'

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Abc

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noun
1. (plural in US)
the rudiments of a subject
2. 
an alphabetical guide to a subject
3. (often plural in US)
the alphabet
abbreviation for
1. 
(formerly, of weapons or warfare) atomic, biological, and chemical
2. 
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
3. 
American Broadcasting Company
4. 
Audit Bureau of Circulation
5. Australian
Australian-born Chinese: a person with Chinese parents, born and raised in Australia
6. US
American-born Chinese: a person with Chinese parents, born and raised in the US
7. British
acceptable behaviour contract: a voluntary written agreement between someone who has been involved in anti-social behaviour and a local agency such as a housing association, council, or police

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Abc

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nounWord forms: plural ABC's [usually pl.]
1. 
the alphabet
2. 
the basic or simplest elements (of a subject); rudiments
1. 
American Bowling Congress
2. 
American Broadcasting Company

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Abc

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n. often ABCs
1. The alphabet: learned her ABCs when she was three years old.
2. The rudiments of reading and writing.
3. The rudiments of a subject: taught the ABCs of geometry.

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