cm

or cm


centimeter; centimeters.

Definition for cm (2 of 6)

Cm


Symbol, Chemistry.

Definition for cm (3 of 6)

CM


Christian male.
Common Market.

Definition for cm (4 of 6)

c.m.


church missionary.
common meter.
corresponding member.

Definition for cm (5 of 6)

C.M.


Roman Catholic Church.

Congregation of the Mission.

Definition for cm (6 of 6)

c/m


(of capital stocks) call of more.
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British Dictionary definitions for cm (1 of 4)

cm

1

symbol for

centimetre

British Dictionary definitions for cm (2 of 4)

cm

2

the internet domain name for

Cameroon

British Dictionary definitions for cm (3 of 4)

Cm


the chemical symbol for

curium

British Dictionary definitions for cm (4 of 4)

CM


abbreviation for

Member of the Order of Canada
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Medicine definitions for cm (1 of 4)

cm


abbr.

centimeter

Medicine definitions for cm (2 of 4)

cM


abbr.

centimorgan

Medicine definitions for cm (3 of 4)

Cm


The symbol for the elementcurium

Medicine definitions for cm (4 of 4)

CM


abbr.

Chirurgiae Magister (Master in Surgery)
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Science definitions for cm (1 of 3)

cm


Abbreviation of centimeter

Science definitions for cm (2 of 3)

Cm


The symbol for curium.

Science definitions for cm (3 of 3)

curium

[ kyurē-əm ]

Cm

A synthetic, silvery-white, radioactive metallic element of the actinide series that is produced artificially from plutonium or americium. Curium isotopes are used to provide electricity for satellites and space probes. Its most stable isotope has a half-life of 16.4 million years. Atomic number 96; melting point (estimated) 1,350°C; valence 3. See Periodic Table.
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