ad in, the advantage being scored by the server.
ad out, the advantage being scored by the receiver.
A new Obama ad out this week describes McCain as erratic in crisis.
When exactly did John McCain become Mad Max? Tucker Carlson October 4, 2008
“You can take that ad out of the paper,” he told Arnold with a pardonable amount of pride in his voice.
Ticktock and Jim Keith Robertson
short for advertisement
noun (tennis, US & Canadian)
short for advantage Brit equivalent van
(indicating years numbered from the supposed year of the birth of Christ) anno Domini: 70 ad Compare BC
(military) active duty
(military) air defence
Dame of the Order of Australia
1841, shortened form of advertisement. Long resisted by those in the trade, and denounced 1918 by the president of a national advertising association as “the language of bootblacks, … beneath the dignity of men of the advertising profession.”
Latin auris dextra (right ear)
- Ad nauseam
to a sickening or disgusting degree. Contemporary Examples And as Republicans remind us ad nauseam, Obamacare takes hundreds of billions of dollars out of future Medicare spending. Bombshell CBO Report Says Deficit Shrinking Daniel Gross May 14, 2013 A lot of the culture around movies in the sci-fi/fantasy genre is about deconstructing them ad nauseam. […]
- Ad part. dolent.
(in prescriptions) to the painful parts.
- Ad quem
at or to which; the end toward which something tends. Historical Examples ad quem advenientem concursus ingens factus est; effusa non ex urbibus modo, sed etiam ex agris multitudo viam obsidebat. Selections from Viri Romae Charles Franois L’Homond ad quem advenientem concursus ingns factus est; effsa nn ex urbibus modo, sed etiam ex agrs multitd […]
- Ad patres
. Historical Examples The old cat is very ill at Narbonne; he is going ‘ad patres’. Cinq Mars, Complete Alfred de Vigny