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CAA

abbr.
Clean Air Act

caa

(kɔː) or

ca'

vb, n
a Scot word for call

caa

(kɔː) or

ca'

vb
1. to drive or propel
2. to knock
3. caa canny ca' canny to proceed cautiously; go slow
4. caa the feet frae ca' the feet frae to send (a person) sprawling

CAA

(in Britain) abbreviation for
(Aeronautics) Civil Aviation Authority

caa


Past participle: caaed
Gerund: caaing

Imperative
caa
caa
Present
I caa
you caa
he/she/it caas
we caa
you caa
they caa
Preterite
I caaed
you caaed
he/she/it caaed
we caaed
you caaed
they caaed
Present Continuous
I am caaing
you are caaing
he/she/it is caaing
we are caaing
you are caaing
they are caaing
Present Perfect
I have caaed
you have caaed
he/she/it has caaed
we have caaed
you have caaed
they have caaed
Past Continuous
I was caaing
you were caaing
he/she/it was caaing
we were caaing
you were caaing
they were caaing
Past Perfect
I had caaed
you had caaed
he/she/it had caaed
we had caaed
you had caaed
they had caaed
Future
I will caa
you will caa
he/she/it will caa
we will caa
you will caa
they will caa
Future Perfect
I will have caaed
you will have caaed
he/she/it will have caaed
we will have caaed
you will have caaed
they will have caaed
Future Continuous
I will be caaing
you will be caaing
he/she/it will be caaing
we will be caaing
you will be caaing
they will be caaing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been caaing
you have been caaing
he/she/it has been caaing
we have been caaing
you have been caaing
they have been caaing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been caaing
you will have been caaing
he/she/it will have been caaing
we will have been caaing
you will have been caaing
they will have been caaing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been caaing
you had been caaing
he/she/it had been caaing
we had been caaing
you had been caaing
they had been caaing
Conditional
I would caa
you would caa
he/she/it would caa
we would caa
you would caa
they would caa
Past Conditional
I would have caaed
you would have caaed
he/she/it would have caaed
we would have caaed
you would have caaed
they would have caaed
Translations

CAA

N ABBR
1. (Brit) =Civil Aviation AuthorityAviación f Civil
2. (US) =Civil Aeronautics Authority
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