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A.U.C.1

1.
from the founding of the city (of Rome in 753? b.c.). The year 360 A.U.C. would be the 360th year after the founding of Rome.
Origin
< Latin ab urbe conditā

A.U.C.2

1.
in the year from the founding of the city (of Rome in 753? b.c.).
Origin
< Latin annō urbis conditae

ab urbe condita

[ahb oo r-be kohn-di-tah; English ab ur-bee kon-di-tuh] /ɑb ˈʊər bɛ ˈkoʊn dɪˌtɑ; English æb ˈɜr bi ˈkɒn dɪ tə/
adverb, Latin.
1.
from the founding of the city (Rome, about 753 b.c.).
Abbreviation: A.U.C.
Origin
literally, from the city (being) founded
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British Dictionary definitions for auc

AUC

abbreviation (indicating years numbered from the founding of Rome, taken as 753 bc)
1.
  1. ab urbe condita
  2. anno urbis conditae

ab urbe condita

/æb ˈɜːbɪ ˈkɒndɪtə/
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1.
the full form of AUC
Word Origin
literally: from the founding of the city
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AUC

area under curve

A.U.C.

  1. Latin ab urbe condita (from the founding of the city [of Rome in 753? B.C.])
  2. anno urbis conditae (in the year from the founding of the city [of Rome in 753? B.C.])
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