mm

mM

  1. millimole; millimoles.

mm.

1
  1. thousands.

Origin of mm.

1
From the Latin word millia

mm.

2
  1. Music. measures.
  2. millimeter; millimeters.

MM.

M.M.

  1. Master Mason.
  2. Master Mechanic.
  3. Master of Music.
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Examples from the Web for mm

Contemporary Examples of mm

Historical Examples of mm

  • The staple length of common American cotton is from 24-28 mm.

    Bremen Cotton Exchange

    Andreas Wilhelm Cramer

  • A difference of only 1/2 mm in the length of the staple, may mean a difference of 10% in the value.

    Bremen Cotton Exchange

    Andreas Wilhelm Cramer

  • They affirm that it happened at Dijon, in the family of the MM.

    The Phantom World

    Augustin Calmet

  • Read on this subject the learned reply of Father Balthus to the treatises of MM.

    The Phantom World

    Augustin Calmet

  • These were carefully measured and drawn by Baron Texier in 1835, and his work and that of MM.

    Architecture

    Thomas Roger Smith


British Dictionary definitions for mm

mm

1
symbol for
  1. millimetre
abbreviation for
  1. mutatis mutandis

mm

2
the internet domain name for
  1. Myanmar

MM

abbreviation for
  1. Military Medal
  2. the French equivalent of Messrs

Word Origin for MM

from French Messieurs
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mm in Medicine

mm

abbr.
  1. millimeter
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mm in Science

mm

  1. Abbreviation of millimeter
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