COM

[ kom ]
/ kɒm /

noun

Trademark. Comedy Central: a cable television channel.
computer output on microfilm.

Definition for com (2 of 4)

com-

a prefix meaning “with,” “together,” “in association,” and (with intensive force) “completely,” occurring in loanwords from Latin (commit): used in the formation of compound words before b, p, m: combine; compare; commingle.
Also co-, col-, con-, cor-.

Origin of com-

< Latin, variant of preposition cum with

Definition for com (3 of 4)

Definition for com (4 of 4)

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British Dictionary definitions for com (1 of 4)

com

the internet domain name for

a commercial company

British Dictionary definitions for com (2 of 4)

COM
/ (kɒm) /

noun

  1. a process in which a computer output is converted direct to microfiche or film, esp 35 or 16 millimetre film
  2. (as modifier)a COM machine

Word Origin for COM

(C) omputer (O) utput on (M) icrofilm

British Dictionary definitions for com (3 of 4)

Com.

abbreviation for

Commander
committee
Commodore

British Dictionary definitions for com (4 of 4)

com-

con-


prefix

together; with; jointlycommingle

Word Origin for com-

from Latin com-; related to cum with. In compound words of Latin origin, com- becomes col- and cor- before l and r, co- before gn, h, and most vowels, and con- before consonants other than b, p, and m. Although its sense in compounds of Latin derivation is often obscured, it means: together, with, etc (combine, compile) ; similar (conform); extremely, completely (consecrate)
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Medicine definitions for com

com-

pref.

Together; with; joint; jointly:commensalism.
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