Definition of m' in English:

m'

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determiner

British
Short for my (representing the pronunciation used by lawyers in court to refer to or address the judge or a fellow barrister on the same side). m’learned friend
More example sentences
  • Have some Madeira, m'Dear!
  • I will never leave you M'dear.
  • Socks are another area where negative ease can be a good thing (better to fit into your shoes, m'dear).

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