They use the prefix u- and the root acronym
to derive the following Ndebele nouns, uDijeyi (DJ), uPhiarao (PRO), uViphi (VP), uPhiemudi (PMD), uVisi (VC), uEmusi (MC).
2 proposed the acronym
CANDLE (chronic atypical neutrophilic dermatosis with lipodystrophy and elevated temperature) syndrome for this newly described disorder, which is probably genetic in origin.
That's because it's often difficult to know which acronyms
a particular audience understands, and even harder to know whether their particular translation of that acronym
Because of this, I have always been keen to pre or post-qualify acronyms
in any documents I write.
for uniform resource locator is the unique address of any Web page.
The present article investigates the various meanings of the acronym
IMF, which was used rampantly in South Korea several months after the blow of the financial crisis.
In all cases, an acronym
behaves like a named entity.
Mainly because of space considerations, let's not even start on the countless ETLAs (appropriately enough, an extended, three-letter acronym
that stands for "extended three-letter acronyms
") we could deploy here.
This complicated abbreviation is short for MPEG-1, audio layer 3, with MPEG being an acronym
for Motion Picture Experts Group, the standards body that created this file format.
Other ideas, words and phrases that made up the top ten included the acronym
FML, Swine Flu, celebrity deaths, family, movies, sports, healthcare, the Facebook acronym
FB and Twitter
We get testy if we have to keep going to acronym
WILF or Wilfing is the acronym
for What am I Looking For.