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Other definitions for m (2 of 14)

m2

Symbol, Electricity.
magnetic pole strength.

Other definitions for m (3 of 14)

'm
[ m ]
/ m /

contraction of am:I'm not thirsty.

Other definitions for m (4 of 14)

M1

or m

[ em ]
/ ɛm /

noun, plural M's or Ms, m's or ms.
the thirteenth letter of the English alphabet, a consonant.
any spoken sound represented by the letter M or m, as in my, summer, or him.
something having the shape of an M.
a written or printed representation of the letter M or m.
a device, as a printer's type, for reproducing the letter M or m.
Printing. em.

Other definitions for m (5 of 14)

M2

abbreviation

Other definitions for m (6 of 14)

M3

Symbol.
the thirteenth in order or in a series.
(sometimes lowercase) the Roman numeral for 1000.Compare Roman numerals.
Electricity. magnetization (def. 2).
Biochemistry. methionine.

Other definitions for m (7 of 14)

M'-

variant of Mac-.

Other definitions for m (8 of 14)

m-

(referring especially to the use of wireless electronic devices) mobile: m-commerce; m-business.

Other definitions for m (9 of 14)

M-

U.S. Military. (used to designate the production model of military equipment, as the M-1 rifle.)

Other definitions for m (10 of 14)

m.1

abbreviation
noon.

Origin of m.

1
From the Latin word merīdiēs

Other definitions for m (11 of 14)

m.2

abbreviation
(in prescriptions) mix.

Origin of m.

2
From the Latin word misce

Other definitions for m (12 of 14)

m.3

abbreviation

Other definitions for m (13 of 14)

M.1

or m.


abbreviation
noon.

Origin of M.

1
From the Latin word merīdiēs

Other definitions for m (14 of 14)

M.2

abbreviation
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How to use m in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for m (1 of 9)

m

symbol for
metre(s)
mile(s)
milli-
minute(s)

British Dictionary definitions for m (2 of 9)

m

M

/ (ɛm) /

noun plural m's, M's or Ms
the 13th letter and tenth consonant of the modern English alphabet
a speech sound represented by this letter, usually a bilabial nasal, as in mat

British Dictionary definitions for m (3 of 9)

'm

contraction of
(verb) am
(noun) madamyes'm

British Dictionary definitions for m (4 of 9)

M

symbol for
abbreviation for
Malta (international car registration)

British Dictionary definitions for m (5 of 9)

M'-

prefix
a variant of Mac-

British Dictionary definitions for m (6 of 9)

m-

prefix
indicating the use of mobile-communications technologym-banking

British Dictionary definitions for m (7 of 9)

m-

prefix
short for meta- (def. 4)

British Dictionary definitions for m (8 of 9)

m.

abbreviation for
cricket maiden (over)
male
mare
married
masculine

British Dictionary definitions for m (9 of 9)

M.

abbreviation for
Majesty
(in titles) Member
million
Also: M plural MM or MM French Monsieur
mountain

Word Origin for M.

sense 4) French equivalent of Mr
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1979, 1986 © HarperCollins Publishers 1998, 2000, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2012

Medical definitions for m (1 of 3)

m

abbr.
mass
meter

Medical definitions for m (2 of 3)

M

abbr.
molar1
molarity
morgan
myopia

Medical definitions for m (3 of 3)

m-

abbr.
meta-
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Scientific definitions for m

m

Abbreviation of mass, meter
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