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Electricity.

maxwell; maxwells.

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Definition for Mx (2 of 3)

MX

missile experimental: a ten-warhead U.S. intercontinental ballistic missile.

Definition for Mx (3 of 3)

Mx.
[ miks, muhks ]
/ mɪks, mʌks /

a title of respect prefixed to a person's surname: unlike Mr., Mrs., or Ms., it does not indicate gender and may be used by a person with any or no specific gender identity.

Origin of Mx.

1975–80; M (as in Mr./Mrs./Ms.) + x (symbol for an unknown quantity, person, or thing)
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British Dictionary definitions for Mx (1 of 3)

mx

the internet domain name for

Mexico

British Dictionary definitions for Mx (2 of 3)

Mx
/ physics /

symbol for

maxwell

British Dictionary definitions for Mx (3 of 3)

MX
/ US /

abbreviation for

missile-experimental: an intercontinental ballistic missile with up to ten nuclear warheads
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