Boolean logic operator where all values in the argument must be true in order for the whole statement to be true. Often denoted with '&' ('&&' in programming languages).
If x=1 and y=0, then

(x AND y) = 0
by cloudRunner March 22, 2006
A question without meaning but yet provocative.
I was walking in a bar and some dude bumped into me, I turned around and said "AND?"
by kingfireant January 25, 2011

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