noun, plural mem·o·ran·dums, mem·o·ran·da [mem-uh-ran-duh]. /ˌmɛm əˈræn də/.
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Origin of memorandum
OTHER WORDS FROM memorandumpre·mem·o·ran·dum, noun, plural pre·mem·o·ran·dums, pre·mem·o·ran·da.
Example sentences from the Web for memorandum
Mandery knows when to be pithy and when to go long, like in passages about the subtleties of memoranda.
That said, it provided the court with classified emails, memoranda, contracts, and photos.Exclusive: Court Docs Reveal Blackwater’s Secret CIA Past|Eli Lake|March 14, 2013|DAILY BEAST
I even had one guy call me up and hand me a whole stack of internal memoranda from the company, which I ended up not using.
But Hancock also loves scooping up and publishing government memoranda—“gems of the public domain,” as he calls them.
He has also asked that several memoranda be declassified to prove his case.
His private papers, the stenographic reports, and all memoranda were tied up together and carried aboard.In Search of the Unknown|Robert W. Chambers
In his memoranda there were equally enthusiastic praises of Curran.My Recollections of Lord Byron|Teresa Guiccioli
Reverend Mr. Talmage was not the only divine to receive attention in the "Memoranda."
The first number of the "Memoranda" was fairly representative of those that followed it.
The larger number of "Memoranda" sketches have properly found oblivion to-day.