AIIC


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AIIC

An abbreviation for the phrase "as if I care," which is used to emphasize how little one in interested in or cares about something, often in a passive-aggressive manner. He's dating someone else? Ugh, AIIC.

As if I care!

and AIIC
exclam. & comp. abb. What has led you to believe that I care at all? (see also As if!.) So he left you. AIIC! So, some hairdresser jerk dyed your hair orange! As if I care!
See also: if

AIIC

verb
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Individuals attending the May conference can register for and attend the AIIC pitches for a nominal additional charge.
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Obtuvimos, pues, el listado de los miembros de AICE y de AIIC residentes en Espana y calculamos el numero total de afiliados de cada asociacion, de manera que AICE cuenta con 74 miembros y AIIC con 94.
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AIIC (1990): Practical Guide for Professional Conference Interpreters.
CNA Liaison/Liaison pour AIIC : Roberta Prettie, RN, CNeph(C) T: 204-482-9482 email/courriel : rmprettie@mymts.
that "the syllabus for consecutive and simultaneous interpretation should be designed and taught by practicing conference interpreters, preferably AIIC members", may still be valid, but is not necessarily sufficient for a university lectureship.
The language classifications (A, B and C) are referred to as they are used at MIIS, which is in line with the classifications set by AIIC (International Association of Conference Interpreters): an A language as the interpreter's native language, a B language as a non-A language of which the interpreter has a perfect command, and a C language as a non-A-or-B language of which the interpreter has a perfect understanding (AIIC 2010).