Question(s) and answer(s).
Used in the singular as a modifier as in “a Q&A session with bidders” and to refer to the process, including the deadline for submission of questions. Acronym pronounced by reading the letters.
Used in the plural to refer to questions submitted to the client and answers received therefrom; acronym pronounced as “cues-and-ehs.”
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I’ve got a Q. Do you have an A?
I know the answer to that: yes, always. 🙂
Carla – Hahaha. And sometimes, even a useful one!