ACD may refer to:
- ACD (album), a 1989 album by Half Man Half Biscuit
- Adelaide College of Divinity, an Australian theological college
- Adjournment in contemplation of dismissal
- Arthur Conan Doyle (1859–1930), Scottish physician and writer
- Asia Cooperation Dialogue, an international organization
- Centre Right Alliance (Romania) (Romanian: ), a political alliance in Romania
- Kyode language, a Guang language of Ghana
ACD was the first CD from Half Man Half Biscuit. It featured some of the tracks from the previous vinyl album, Back Again in the DHSS.
- "The Best Things In Life"
- "D'Ye Ken Ted Moult?"
- "Reasons To Be Miserable (Part 10)"
- " Rod Hull Is Alive – Why?"
- " Dickie Davies Eyes"
- "The Bastard Son Of Dean Friedman"
- "I Was A Teenage Armchair Honved Fan"
- "Arthur's Farm"
- " Carry On Cremating"
- " Albert Hammond Bootleg (live)"
- "Reflections In A Flat (live)"
- "Sealclubbing (live)"
- "Architecture And Morality, Ted And Alice (live)"
- " Fuckin' 'Ell It's Fred Titmus (live)"
- "Time Flies By (When You're The Driver Of A Train) (live)"
- "All I Want For Christmas Is A Dukla Prague Away Kit (live)"
- "The Trumpton Riots (live)"
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