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MLA

abbr.
Modern Language Association
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MLA

abbreviation for
1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Member of the Legislative Assembly (of Northern Ireland)
2. (Linguistics) Modern Language Association (of America)
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MLA

or M.L.A.,

1. Modern Language Association.
2. (in Canada) Member of the Legislative Assembly.
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Translations

MLA

[ˌɛmɛlˈeɪ] n abbr (British) (=Member of the Legislative Assembly) → membre m de l'assemblée législative (d'Irlande du Nord)
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MLA

(Brit Pol) abbr of Member of the Legislative AssemblyMitglied ntder legislativen Versammlung Nordirlands
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