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FAA

abbr.
1. Federal Aviation Administration
2. free of all average

faa

(fɔː) or

fa'

vb
a Scot word for fall

FAA

abbreviation for
1. (Military) Fleet Air Arm
2. (Military) (in the US) Federal Aviation Administration
3. Fellow of the Australian Academy (of Science)

FAA

Federal Aviation Administration.

faa


Past participle: faaed
Gerund: faaing

Imperative
faa
faa
Present
I faa
you faa
he/she/it faas
we faa
you faa
they faa
Preterite
I faaed
you faaed
he/she/it faaed
we faaed
you faaed
they faaed
Present Continuous
I am faaing
you are faaing
he/she/it is faaing
we are faaing
you are faaing
they are faaing
Present Perfect
I have faaed
you have faaed
he/she/it has faaed
we have faaed
you have faaed
they have faaed
Past Continuous
I was faaing
you were faaing
he/she/it was faaing
we were faaing
you were faaing
they were faaing
Past Perfect
I had faaed
you had faaed
he/she/it had faaed
we had faaed
you had faaed
they had faaed
Future
I will faa
you will faa
he/she/it will faa
we will faa
you will faa
they will faa
Future Perfect
I will have faaed
you will have faaed
he/she/it will have faaed
we will have faaed
you will have faaed
they will have faaed
Future Continuous
I will be faaing
you will be faaing
he/she/it will be faaing
we will be faaing
you will be faaing
they will be faaing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been faaing
you have been faaing
he/she/it has been faaing
we have been faaing
you have been faaing
they have been faaing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been faaing
you will have been faaing
he/she/it will have been faaing
we will have been faaing
you will have been faaing
they will have been faaing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been faaing
you had been faaing
he/she/it had been faaing
we had been faaing
you had been faaing
they had been faaing
Conditional
I would faa
you would faa
he/she/it would faa
we would faa
you would faa
they would faa
Past Conditional
I would have faaed
you would have faaed
he/she/it would have faaed
we would have faaed
you would have faaed
they would have faaed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.faa - an agency in the Department of Transportation that is responsible for the safety of civilian aviationFAA - an agency in the Department of Transportation that is responsible for the safety of civilian aviation
Department of Transportation, DoT, Transportation - the United States federal department that institutes and coordinates national transportation programs; created in 1966
bureau, federal agency, government agency, agency, office, authority - an administrative unit of government; "the Central Intelligence Agency"; "the Census Bureau"; "Office of Management and Budget"; "Tennessee Valley Authority"
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