[ em-wuhn ]
/ ˈɛmˈwʌn /
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noun, plural M-1's.
a semiautomatic, gas-operated, .30 caliber, clip-fed rifle, with a weight of 8.56 pounds (3.88 kilograms): the standard U.S. Army rifle in World War II and in the Korean War.
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Also called Garand rifle, Garand, M-1 rifle.
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How to use M-1 in a sentence
With the extra line on the left very light, and a heavier one outside, and the ground does not appear to end in a line, m1.History of the Postage Stamps of the United States of America|John Kerr Tiffany
The material assigned to M1 and M2 after xiii, 37, is about equally divided between them.
They are found fourteen times in M1, fifteen times in M2, and twenty-one times in the passages ascribed to Ev.
These two latter wires end in a system of electro magnets, M1, provided with a polarized armature.
The shallow oval depression in the maxillary dorsal to M1 might be the result of post-mortem distortion.
British Dictionary definitions for M-1
the amount of money in circulation in notes, coin, current accounts, and deposit accounts transferable by cheque
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