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"me" in British English

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mepronoun

uk   /miː/ /mi/  us   /miː/  /mi/
A1 used, usually as the ​object of a ​verb or ​preposition, to refer to the ​personspeaking or writing: Is there one for me? She gave me some ​money. Could you ​pass me that ​book? It wasn't me who ​offered to go, it was Charlotte.
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menoun [S]

uk   /miː/  us   /miː/

MEnoun

uk   /ˌemˈiː/  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
(Definition of me from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"me" in American English

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mepronoun

 us   /mi/
the ​personspeaking; the ​objectiveform of I: Pass me that ​book/Pass that ​book to me. "I ​want to go to the ​store." "Me, too (= I also ​want to go)." "I’d never go there ​alone at ​night." "Me neither (= I also would not)."
(Definition of me from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “me”
in Korean 나…
in Arabic أنا…
in Malaysian saya…
in French m’, me, moi…
in Russian я, меня, мне…
in Chinese (Traditional) (用於動詞或介詞後)我…
in Italian me, mi, a me…
in Turkish beni, bana…
in Polish mi, mnie, mną…
in Spanish me, mí, yo…
in Vietnamese tôi, tao, tớ…
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 Chinese (Simplified) (用于动词或介词后)我…
in Indonesian saya…
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“me” in British English

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