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Ack or ACK may refer to:
- Acklington railway station, a rail station in the UK
- Acknowledgement (data networks), a signal to acknowledge the receipt of data
- Acknowledge character, a control character used in ASCII
- Aka-Kora language, an extinct Great Andamanese language
- Amar Chitra Katha, an Indian comic book series
- Amsterdam Compiler Kit, a fast, lightweight and retargetable compiler suite
- Anglican Church of Kenya
- Armstrong Whitworth F.K.8, an early aircraft known as the "Big Ack"
- Assumption College, Kilmore
- Nantucket Airlines, an American airline
- Nantucket Memorial Airport, a Massachusetts airport
- ACK, a flag used in the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) to acknowledge receipt of a packet
- "Ack ack", from signalese for AA, referring to anti-aircraft artillery fire
- ACK or ACK1 is a synonym for TNK2
- ack, a command-line program similar to grep
- The sound that the Martians did in the 1996 movie Mars Attacks!
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