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noun plural dms, dm's.
a direct message sent to one or more users of a social media service or private messaging service, usually when the accounts involved have an established relationship, as when the recipient is linked to, friends with, or following the sender on a social media platform: He sent me a scary and abusive dm, so I reported the message and blocked his account.
verb (used with object) dm'd or dmed, dm'ing, or dming.
to send a direct message to (another user of such a service).
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Other definitions for dm (2 of 4)

dm

abbreviation
decimeter; decimeters.

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Dm.

abbreviation
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British Dictionary definitions for dm (1 of 3)

dm1

symbol for
decimetre

British Dictionary definitions for dm (2 of 3)

dm2

the internet domain name for
Dominica

British Dictionary definitions for dm (3 of 3)

DM

abbreviation for
(in Canada) deputy minister
(the former) Deutschmark
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Medical definitions for dm (1 of 2)

DM

abbr.
diabetes mellitus

Medical definitions for dm (2 of 2)

dM

abbr.
decimorgan
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