ack-ack /akˈak/

a

I. noun [ mass noun] [usu. as modifier]

1.
[Military]
‹informal› anti-aircraft gunfire

a quick burst of ack-ack fire.
– origin signallers’ name for the letters AA; ack for A was replaced in military use by able in 1942.

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