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DAT

abbr.
digital audiotape

DAT

abbreviation for
(Electronics) digital audio tape

DAT

digital audiotape.

dat.

dative.
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Noun1.DAT - a digital tape recording of sound
audiotape - a tape recording of sound
Translations

DAT

[ˈdæt] n abbr (=digital audio tape) → cassette f audio digitale

DAT

n abbr of digital audio tapeDAT nt; DAT cassetteDAT-Kassette f

DAT

[ˌdiːeɪˈtiː] n abbr =digital audio tapeDat f inv
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Etihad Airways and Mubadala Development Company, or Mubadala, entered into an agreement on Thursday in which the airline will acquire Abu Dhabi Aircraft Technologies, or Adat, from Mubadala.
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