Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Aka"

The meaning of "Aka" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does aka mean?
A: It means also known as. (aka) and it's used when someone uses more than one name. Usually with criminals. A police report might say they are looking for a suspect in a recent crime. The name is John Jones, aka John Smith.
Q: What does aka mean?
A: @revinneil also known as
Q: What does aka mean?
A: It stands for “also known as”
Q: What does aka mean?
A: It means, "also known as".

For example, "Dwayne Johnson, a.k.a. The Rock, is a famous wrestler and actor"
Q: What does aka mean?
A: "Also Known As"

Example sentences using "Aka"

Q: Please show me example sentences with aka.
A:

Just to clarify one of the above examples mentioned:

Kpop aka Korean pop music.

aka = Also known as.

Have a great night 😄
Q: Please show me example sentences with aka.
A: Romeo and Juliet romantic passion, you know, aka love of the adolescent

Mosco Moon aka The Wee Scottish Lass
aka=also known as(ayrica söyle bilinir demek:))
Q: Please show me example sentences with aka.
A: "aka" means "also known as"

Peter Parker aka Spiderman
Peter Parker also known as Spiderman
Q: Please show me example sentences with aka.
A: aka = as known as
When your name is Joe but you are also known as Joseph, this is an example of a situation where you are Joe AKA Joseph.
Q: Please show me example sentences with aka .
A: Aka = as known as

Synonyms of "Aka" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between if you will and aka (also known as) ?
A: 'If you will' is used to suggest that some people may not think this is a good way of saying something
"I did very well at my exam, with a genius IQ if you will"
It is also used a lot by writers when they want their characters to look clever or profound

Aka (also known as) - used when you want to indicate another name for the same thing
"My boss, aka Peter, is extremely strict: he won't let us have lunch before we finish all the work"
"He-who-must-not-be-named, aka Voldermort, is the antagonist in Harry Potter books"
"That little four-legged needy creature, aka my dog, won't leave me alone!"
"The Massachusetts Institute of Technology, aka MIT, is a big university in Boston"
Q: What is the difference between aka and also known as ?
A: Aka is just an abbreviation of ‘also known as’
Q: What is the difference between aka and feat ?
A: feat usually means "featuring" it's quite common in song names. You're right about aka. It gives an alias or alternate name.

Translations of "Aka"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? aka
A: 애캐애
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? aka
A: aka= also known as
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what is the "aka"means,I recently saw this on YouTube a lot
A: It means "also known as"or "otherwise known as"(basically when someone goes by another name other than their regular name.)

Other questions about "Aka"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce aka.
A: a.k.a. is just pronounced with the letters that are there. it means "as known as".
Q: Please show me how to pronounce aka.
A: “You know Bruce Wayne, aka Batman”!
Q: is it correct to say: thus, in general ,in academic English? aka can two adverbs follow each other? if so how would you put commas?
A: If you put one in parentheses/brackets, it's fine "thus, in general (in academic English)..."
Q: what's mean "aka" here?
A: also known as
Q: What is 'aka' short for? - Also known as. does this sound natural?
A: Check the question to view the answer

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