Acq



acq
acquire
Historical Examples

If he was summoned before the tribunal and acquitted, this fact was chronicled by the letters “acq.”
Robert Tournay William Sage

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    to make more or less familiar, aware, or conversant (usually followed by with): to acquaint the mayor with our plan. to furnish with knowledge; inform (usually followed by with): to acquaint the manager with one’s findings. to bring into social contact; introduce (usually followed by with): She acquainted her roommate with my cousin. Historical Examples […]



  • Acquaintance

    a person known to one, but usually not a close friend. the state of being or casually familiar with someone or something: As far as I know, no one of my acquaintance has traveled around the world. personal knowledge as a result of study, experience, etc.: a good acquaintance with French wines. (used with a […]

  • Acquaintance rape

    rape committed by a person who is acquainted with the victim. Contemporary Examples Non-stranger rape or acquaintance rape is real and happens every day in America. The Real Victims in Rape Cases Like Greg Kelly’s Rikki Klieman January 29, 2012 These were, remember, college students in an age of widespread awareness of acquaintance rape. Sex, […]



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