Definition of 'pa'
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I think his pa made sure he never fin' out he not like other men. A PLAGUE OF ANGELSMy ma and pa are coming over --- they're really supportive, like I told you --- and Wayne's brother's coming from Arkansas. LOSING IT (2002)
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Translations for 'pa'
British English: PA /piː eɪ/ ABBREVIATION
A PA is a person who does office work and administrative work for someone. PA is an abbreviation for `personal assistant'.
- American English: PA
- Arabic: مُسَاعِدٌ شَخْصِيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: assistente pessoal
- Chinese: 私人助理
- Croatian: tajnik
- Czech: osobní tajemník
- Danish: højtaleranlæg
- Dutch: persoonlijke assistent Personal Assistant
- European Spanish: secretaria personal
- Finnish: yksityissihteeri
- French: secrétaire de direction
- German: persönlicher Assistent
- Greek: προσωπικός βοηθός
- Italian: assistente personale
- Japanese: 個人秘書
- Korean: 비서
- Norwegian: privatsekretær
- Polish: sekretarz osobisty
- European Portuguese: assistente pessoal
- Romanian: asistent personal
- Russian: личный секретарь
- Spanish: secretario personal
- Swedish: personlig assistent
- Thai: ตัวย่อของผู้ช่วยส่วนตัว
- Turkish: kişisel asistan
- Ukrainian: особистий помічник
- Vietnamese: Trợ lý Riêng
Definition of pa from the Collins English Dictionary
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