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PMS

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  1. premenstrual syndrome.
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pm

or PM

Digital Technology.
noun plural pms, pm's.
  1. a private message sent to another user of a social media service or private messaging service: How do I send a pm to the moderator of the message board?
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verb (used with object) pm'd or pmed, pm'ing, or pming.
  1. to send a private message to (another user of such a service).
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British Dictionary definitions for pms

PMS

abbreviation for
  1. premenstrual syndrome
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pm1

abbreviation for
  1. premium
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pm2

the internet domain name for
  1. St Pierre and Miquelon
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Pm

the chemical symbol for
  1. promethium
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PM

abbreviation for
  1. Prime Minister
  2. Past Master (of a fraternity)
  3. Paymaster
  4. Postmaster
  5. military Provost Marshal
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pms in Medicine

PMS

abbr.
  1. premenstrual syndrome
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pm

abbr.
  1. picometer
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Pm

  1. The symbol for the elementpromethium
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pms in Science

Pm

  1. The symbol for promethium.
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pms in Culture

PMS

[(pee-em-es)]

Associated with the retention of water and salts in the tissues for up to a week before the onset of menstruation, the symptoms of PMS include irritability, fatigue, emotional distress, and sometimes depression.

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