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pip emma

[ pip -em-uh ]
/ ˈpɪp ˈɛm ə /
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adverb British.
in, on, or during the afternoon.
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Origin of pip emma

First recorded in 1910–15; phrase representing P.M., used by signalmen
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British Dictionary definitions for pip emma

pip-emma
/ (ˈpɪpˈɛmə) /

adverb
old-fashioned in the afternoon; p.mCompare ack-emma

Word Origin for pip-emma

World War I phonetic alphabet for P, M
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