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m

noun

m noun (AMOUNT)

[C] (plural m) written abbreviation for million : The new library cost £5 m to build.

m noun (LENGTH)

[C] (plural m) written abbreviation for metre : Jeff is 1.8 m tall. She's the women's 1500 m champion (= the winner of a race run over that distance).

m noun (DISTANCE)

written abbreviation for mile

m

adjective

m adjective (MALE)

written abbreviation for male adjective (especially on forms)

m adjective (MARRIED)

written abbreviation for married (especially on family trees)
(Definition of m noun, adjective from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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