Marina and the Diamonds play Liverpool O2 Academy on October 4.
What does MATD stand for?
MATD stands for Marina and the Diamonds (UK band)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 7 other meanings of MATD in our Acronym Attic
- Military Air Traffic Coordinating Office(r)
- Material Command
- Materials Communication and Computers, Inc.
- Microwave Aerospace Terminal Control
- Material Control Officer
- Martial Arts Training Center of the Philippines (Taguig City, Philippines)
- Marine Air Traffic Control Squadron
- Marine Air Traffic Control Unit
- Memphis Area Teacher's Credit Union
- Maine Assistive Technology Directory
- Master of Arts in Training and Development
- Maximum Acceptable Transit Delay
- Mine and Torpedo Detector (sonar; US Navy)
- Mothers against Texting and Driving
- Motorcyclist Anthropometric Test Device (crash test dummy)
- Muffy and the Divers (Alliance, OH band)
- Multiple Antenna Transmit Diversity
- Mid America Tire Dealers Association
- Materiel Developer
- Maritime Aircraft Tactical Decision Support System (UK MoD)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Marina And The Diamonds scored her first number one earlier this month, as she hit the top of the chart with new album Electra Heart.
MARINA and the Diamonds begin a sparkling tour this weekend in the run up to the release of new album Electra Heart.
Marina Diamandis, aka Marina And The Diamonds, returns to the UK Live circuit next week, hoping to repeat the reaction to her recent Stateside tour.
The Welsh-born Marina and the Diamonds singer has an eye for flamboyant fashion and her colourful flair is getting her even more fans.
Marina and the Diamonds could well fall into that bracket.
MARINA And The Diamonds scored her first number one yesterday, as she hit the top of the chart with new album Electra Heart.
The make-up brand plucked the 25-year-old singer songwriter, who performs as Marina and the Diamonds, to appear in its Max Colour Effect adverts.