[ thur-tee-too-moh ]
/ ˈθɜr tiˈtu moʊ /
noun, plural thir·ty-two·mos.
a book size of about 3¼ × 5½ inches (8.3 × 14 cm), determined by printing on sheets that are folded to form 32 leaves or 64 pages. Symbol: 32mo, 32°
a book of this size.
printed, folded, or bound as a thirty-twomo.
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Origin of thirty-twomo
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/ (ˌθɜːtɪˈtuːməʊ) /
noun plural -mos
a book size resulting from folding a sheet of paper into 32 leaves or 64 pagesOften written: 32mo, 32°
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