aux

au

[oh]
plural aux [oh] . French.
to the; at the; with the.
Compare à la.
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aux-

variant of auxo-, especially before a vowel: auxin.

aux.

auxiliary; auxiliaries.
Also, aux, auxil.

aux

[oh]
French.
plural of au.

AUX

Linguistics.
auxiliary verb: used to represent a phrase structure constituent that may include such verbal elements as tense and mood markers as well as auxiliaries.
Also, Aux.
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au
 
the internet domain name for
Australia

Au
 
the chemical symbol for
gold
 
[from New Latin aurum]

AU
 
abbreviation for
1.  African Union
2.  Also: a.u. angstrom unit
3.  Also: a.u. astronomical unit

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Au
chemical symbol for "gold," from L. aurum "gold."

au
Fr., "at the, to the" (contraction of a le). Used in many expressions in cookery, etc., which have crossed the Channel since 18c., e.g. au contraire, lit. "on the contrary;" au gratin, lit. "with scrapings;" au jus, lit. "with the juice."
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Medical Dictionary

Au
The symbol for the element gold.

AU abbr.
Latin auris utraque (each ear)

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Science Dictionary
Au  
The symbol for gold.
AU  
Abbreviation of astronomical unit
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Abbreviations & Acronyms
Au
gold
AU
astronomical unit
AUX
  1. auxiliary

  2. auxiliary verb

aux.
  1. auxiliary

  2. auxiliary verb

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