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AKA

abbr.
also known as
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aka

(ˈɑːkə)
n, pl aka
(Plants) a vine, Metrosideros scandens, found in New Zealand
[Māori]
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a.k.a.

or AKA or aka,

also known as.
[1945–50]
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Translations

AKA

aka ABBR =also known asalias
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aka

[ˌeɪkeɪˈeɪ] abbr (=also known as) → alias
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aka

abbr of also known asalias, anderweitig bekannt als
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aka

[ˌeɪkeɪˈeɪ] abbr =also known asalias
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References in periodicals archive ?
The Asia Alliance Bank JSCB has signed the first individual loan agreement in Uzbekistan with the German banking consortium AKA Ausfuhrkredit-Gesellschaft in order to finance procurement of technological equipment under backing of not only the German national export credit agency (ECA) Euler Hermes Aktiengesellschaft, but also other European ECAs, Gazeta.uz reported.
Other participants in the deal AKA Ausfuhrkredit-gesellschaft, Apple Bank for Savings, BAC Florida Bank, Bancaribe Curacao Bank, Banco de Credito e Inversiones, Bankinter, Banque de Commerce de Placements, CoBank, Federated Project and Trade Finance Core Fund and Taiwan Cooperative Bank.