In mono form, the tone is unified, and the sound is more enclosed and less precision tooled.
The exclusive packages, which include glass, a frame and shade, a mono earbud, and a case, will launch June 23.
He found employment with a cattle company and went up to Long valley in mono county.
mono, it is sometimes called, and sometimes the "Dead Sea of California."
Early this morning bade good-bye to the bears and blessed silver fir camp, and moved slowly eastward along the mono Trail.
From its summit one looks down on the mono Desert, the lake, and the craters.
The present, preterit, and future participles are formed by adding the particles fito or mono to the indicative.
Lieutenant Moore pursued the fugitives to mono but was not successful in finding any of them.
mono is about nine miles long (east-west) and five and one half miles wide (north-south).
He came from mono, he said, with others of his tribe, to hunt deer.
word-forming element meaning "one, alone; containing one (atom, etc.)," from Greek mono-, comb. form of monos "single, alone," from PIE root *men- "small, isolated" (cf. Greek manos "rare, sparse," Armenian manr "thin, slender, small," and perhaps English minnow).
mono mon·o (mŏn'ō)
mono- or mon-
One; single; alone: monomorphic.
Monomolecular; monatomic: monolayer.
Containing one atom, molecule, or group: monomer.
A prefix that means "one, only, single," as in monochromatic, having only one color. It is often found in chemical names where it means "containing just one" of the specified atom or group, as in carbon monoxide, which is carbon attached to a single oxygen atom.