noun, plural mot·toes, mot·tos.
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The motto of the internationalization task force was “Making the World Wide Web world wide!”The web must change its business model if it wants to become truly global and multilingual|matthewheimer|December 21, 2020|Fortune
If the 6 GHz “very fast over short distances” motto sounds familiar, it’s likely because you’ve also heard it in regards to 5G, specifically the millimeter wave tech currently in use by Verizon.
The motto for New York City could be, “The holidays must go on.”NYC for the holidays: The city’s classic traditions have been tweaked for the times|Andrea Sachs|November 19, 2020|Washington Post
Armed with his bike, four GoPros, and a face mask, he was still pushing ahead a bombozza—“full throttle,” a kind of personal motto—with his mission of being both an entertainer and a social avenger on two wheels.Vittorio Brumotti Serves Vigilante Justice on a Bike|Tom Vanderbilt|September 15, 2020|Outside Online
If the family of GPT language models had a motto, it could be “Fake it till you make it.”Welcome to the Next Level of Bullshit - Issue 89: The Dark Side|Raphaël Millière|September 9, 2020|Nautilus
Terrorism is bad news anywhere, but especially rough on Odessa, where the city motto seems to be “make love, not war.”
Giorgio read aloud what they had chosen as their class motto.
“Still Standing,” read the firehouse motto stenciled on the front of the two rigs parked behind them.
The motto of the United States is E Pluribus Unum Latin for “Out of Many, one.”
Location: Lincolnton, N.C. Town motto: "History, Arts, Culture...They All Find a Home in Lincolnton!"Lesser Mysteries for Those With Breaking News Fatigue|Kelly Williams Brown|March 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It has been richly painted, the arms of France being on the back, and the motto 'Pietate et Justitia' on the sides.Violins and Violin Makers|Joseph Pearce
To meet the thousand wonderings at his conduct, he exchanged the ancient motto of the Lafayettes for a new one of his own.
His motto was, "Grab a dollar to-day—but don't meddle with it if it interferes with a thousand dollars in ten years."Scattergood Baines|Clarence Budington Kelland
To the choice of this motto attaches a history in which a certain Sergius Rachinsky played a part.The Life & Letters of Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky|Modeste Tchaikovsky
If 1871 opened up Channel groping under racing trim, 'progress' must truly be held the motto for 1872.Yachting Vol. 2|Various.