S.A.C

SAC

[sak]
noun
Strategic Air Command.
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sac (sæk)
 
n
a pouch, bag, or pouchlike part in an animal or plant
 
[C18: from French, from Latin saccus; see sack1]
 
'saclike
 
adj

SAC
 
abbreviation for
Special Area of Conservation

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Word Origin & History

sac
"biological pocket," 1741, from Fr. sac, from L. saccus "bag" (see sack (n.1)).
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Medical Dictionary

sac (sāk)
n.

  1. A pouch or bursa.

  2. An encysted abscess at the root of a tooth.

  3. The capsule of a tumor or the envelope of a cyst.

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sac   (sāk)  Pronunciation Key 
A pouch or pouch-shaped structure in an animal or plant, often containing liquids. The human bladder is a sac.
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Abbreviations & Acronyms
SAC
  1. single-attached concentrator

  2. Strategic Air Command

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