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ME

noun uk   us   /ˌemˈiː/

ME noun (ILLNESS)

[U] UK abbreviation for myalgic encephalomyelitis: an illness, sometimes lasting for several years, in which a person's muscles and joints (= places where two bones are connected) hurt and they are generally very tired

ME noun (ADDRESS)

written abbreviation for the US state of Maine: used in addresses
Translations of “ME”
in Arabic أنا…
in Korean 나…
in Malaysian saya…
in French m’, me, moi…
in Turkish beni, bana…
in Italian me, mi, a me…
in Chinese (Traditional) (用於動詞或介詞後)我…
in Russian я, меня, мне…
in Polish mi, mnie, mną…
in Vietnamese tôi, tao, tớ…
in Spanish me, mí, yo…
in Portuguese me, mim…
in Thai ฉัน…
in German mich, mir, ich…
in Catalan em, mi, jo…
in Japanese 私を(に、と)、”I” の目的格…
in Indonesian saya…
in Chinese (Simplified) (用于动词或介词后)我…
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