memo

[mem-oh]
noun, plural memos.

Origin:
by shortening; see -o

countermemo, noun, plural countermemos.
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memo (ˈmɛməʊ, ˈmiːməʊ)
 
n , pl memos
short for memorandum

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Word Origin & History

memo
1889, shortening of memorandum (q.v.).
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Abbreviations & Acronyms
memo
memorandum
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Example sentences
The only things missing from the office memo were expletives.
The memo was uncovered by an investigative committee after the company had
  collapsed.
Use this sample memo to get a sense of how your memo should convey your message.
Oddly, that sentence was dropped when a condensed version of the memo was
  released to the press.
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