Meaning of ad
- advertising: an ad agency.
— n. Tennis.
- advantage (def. 5).
- the advantage being scored by the server.
- the advantage being scored by the receiver.
- (in prescriptions) to; up to.
- a prefix occurring in loanwords from Latin, where it meant “toward” and indicated direction, tendency, or addition:Usually assimilated to the following consonant; see adjoin.
- a suffix occurring in loanwords from Greek denoting a group or unit comprising a certain number, sometimes of years: dyad; triad.
- a suffix meaning “derived from,” “related to,” “concerned with,” “associated with” (), introduced in loanwords from Greek (), used sporadically in imitation of Greek models, asafter oread
- var. of: ballad.
- a suffix forming adverbs from nouns signifying parts of the body, denoting a direction toward that part: dextrad; dorsad; mediad.
- active duty.
- in the year of the Lord; since Christ was born:a.d. 742. Charlemagne was born in
- art director.
- assembly district.
- assistant director.
- athletic director.
- average deviation.
- after date.
- before the day.
- autograph document.
- ad (Thesaurus)