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"EMS" in British English

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EMSnoun

uk   us   /ˌiː.emˈes/
  • EMS noun (MONEY)

the EMS [S] abbreviation for the ​European Monetary System: a ​system for ​limitingchanges in the ​values of the different ​types of ​money used in ​countries in the ​European Union
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  • EMS noun (PHONE)

[U] abbreviation forenhancedmessagingservice: a ​system for ​sendingtextmessages from one ​mobilephone to another US [U] abbreviation foremergencymedicalservice: a ​system, ​linked to the ​911phonenumber, of ​providingemergencymedicalcarethroughout the US
(Definition of EMS from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"EMS" in Business English

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EMSnoun

uk   us  
[S] (also the EMS) ECONOMICS, FINANCE, GOVERNMENT abbreviation forEuropean Monetary System: the ​arrangement before the euro was ​created which was used by ​European countries to ​controlexchangerates between their different ​currencies
[U] COMMUNICATIONS abbreviation for enhanced messaging service
[C] ENVIRONMENT abbreviation for environmental management system
(Definition of EMS from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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