M2

M

1.
2.
Music. major.
3.
9.
modal auxiliary.
11.
Economics. monetary aggregate: issued periodically by the Federal Reserve Board as various measures of money supply ((M-1, M-1A, M-2) etc.). Compare L.
12.
British. motorway (used with a road number to designate a major highway): the M1.
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m or M (ɛm)
 
n , pl m's, M's, Ms
1.  the 13th letter and tenth consonant of the modern English alphabet
2.  a speech sound represented by this letter, usually a bilabial nasal, as in mat
 
M or M
 
n

m
 
symbol for
1.  metre(s)
2.  mile(s)
3.  milli-
4.  minute(s)

M
 
symbol for
1.  mach
2.  medium (size)
3.  mega-
4.  currency mark(s)
5.  million
6.  astronomy Messier catalogue; a catalogue published in 1784, in which 103 nebulae and clusters are listed using a numerical system: M13 is the globular cluster in Hercules
7.  Middle
8.  physics modulus
9.  (in Britain) motorway: the M1 runs from London to Leeds
10.  in Australia
 a.  mature audience (used to describe a category of film certified as suitable for viewing by anyone over the age of 15)
 b.  (as modifier): an M film
11.  logic the middle term of a syllogism
12.  physics mutual inductance
13.  chem molar
14.  Roman numeral See Roman numerals 1000
 
abbreviation for
15.  Malta (international car registration)

M2
 
symbol for
the amount of money in circulation in notes and coin plus non-interest-bearing bank deposits, building-society deposits, and National Savings accounts

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Word Origin & History

M
from Gk. mu, from Semitic mem. The Roman symbol for 1,000; sometimes used in this sense in English 15c.-16c.; but in modern newspaper headlines it stands for million.
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Medical Dictionary

m abbr.

  1. mass

  2. meter

M 2
abbr.

  1. molar

  2. molarity

  3. morgan

  4. myopia

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Science Dictionary
m  
Abbreviation of mass, meter
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m2 definition


A Modula-2 compiler for VAX and MIPS. A Pascal compiler for VAX is also included. The Pascal compiler accepts a language that is almost identical to Berkeley Pascal. It was originally designed and built by Michael L. Powell in 1984. Joel McCormack made it faster, fixed lots of bugs, and swiped/wrote a User's Manual. Len Lattanzi ported it to the MIPS.
It has the following extensions: foreign function and data interface, dynamic array variables, subarray parameters, multi-dimensional open array parameters, inline procedures, longfloat type, type-checked interface to C library I/O routines.
It runs on VAX (Ultrix, BSD) and MIPS (Ultrix).
(ftp://gatekeeper.dec.com/pub/DEC/Modula-2/m2.tar.Z).
E-mail: .
(1992-07-06)
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Abbreviations & Acronyms
m
  1. masculine

  2. mass

  3. meter

  4. minute

  5. modulus

M
  1. em

  2. Maccabees

  3. Mach number

  4. male

  5. Malta (international vehicle ID)

  6. married (as in personal ads)

  7. medium

  8. megabyte

  9. mellow

  10. metal

  11. middle term

  12. million

  13. mint

  14. molar

  15. molarity

  16. moment

  17. Monday

  18. month

  19. more (shortwave transmission)

  20. [heart] murmur

  21. mutual inductance

  22. 1000

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