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-ate1 a suffix that means to become or cause to become or have. [3 definitions]
ate past tense of eat.
at ease a standing position in the military. When at ease, soldiers may relax but must stay in place and cannot talk.
at fault responsible for mistakes or errors.
at first in the beginning, or on the first occasion.
at full blast (informal) at maximum speed, volume, or power.
at full tilt at maximum speed.
atheist a person who believes that there is no god or gods.
Athena the goddess of wisdom, the arts, and warfare, in Greek mythology. Athena was born out of the head of Zeus, ruler of the gods. In Roman mythology, Athena is called Minerva.
Athens the capital city of Greece, in modern and ancient times.
athlete a person who participates in sports or other physical activities.
athlete's foot a common foot infection caused by fungi. Athlete's foot makes the skin itch and look scaly.
athletic having to do with sports and other physical activities. [2 definitions]
athletics (usually used with a plural verb) sports and physical activities.
Atlanta the capital city of the U.S. state of Georgia.
Atlantic an ocean bordered by Europe and Africa on the east and North and South America on the west; Atlantic Ocean.
Atlantic Ocean an ocean that is bordered by Europe and Africa on the east and by North and South America on the west.
atlas (cap.) a giant in Greek mythology who had to support the heavens on his shoulders. [2 definitions]
Atlas Mountains a range of mountains in northwest Africa stretching across the southwestern part of Morocco and northern parts of Algeria and Tunisia.
at last after a long time or wait; finally.
at least at the lowest amount; not less than. [2 definitions]