capable of being . (of a nation or state) belonging to an economic . an -ssociable nation or state. historical examples in short, nothing of the extravagance of the time, on either side, is -ssociable with the outset of jeffrey’s career. harper’s new monthly magazine, vol. 1. no 1, june 1850 various
- Associate of arts
a degree granted especially by junior colleges after completion of two years of study. abbreviation: a.a.
- Associate professor
a teacher in a college or university who ranks above an -ssistant professor and below a professor. contemporary examples david fontana is an -ssociate professor of law at george washington university school of law. obama’s shocking success on judgeships overturns conventional wisdom david fontana june 8, 2014 he is an -ssociate professor of writing, literature, […]
- Associated state
a nation with limited sovereignty, especially a former colony that now -ssumes responsibility for domestic affairs but continues to depend on the colonial ruler for defense and foreign policy. historical examples in the -ssociated state, a certain altruism is, and must necessarily be, an advantage to each member of the community. a review of the […]
to connect or bring into relation, as thought, feeling, memory, etc.: many people -ssociate dark clouds with depression and gloom. to join as a companion, partner, or ally: to -ssociate oneself with a cause. to unite; combine: coal -ssociated with shale. to enter into union; unite. to keep company, as a friend, companion, or ally: […]