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(also mmm)

exclamation

1Used to express contentment or pleasure: mmm, that pizza looks so good mm, I love the sun
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  • Tess put down both plates and lifted the covers off. "Mmm," Brian said "Smells good."
  • "Vanilla," she murmured, taking one to taste. "Mm, delicious."
  • Mmm, that pudding was lovely.
1.1Used to express agreement or approval: mm, yeah, I know what you mean mmm, that looks really nice
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  • Mmm, nice idea! Can I have a go?
  • "Want some pancakes?" "Mmm, that would be great."
  • 'You'd thought of that, had you?' 'Mm,' I said.
2Used to express uncertainty or reflection: mmm, I haven’t read the whole article but I don’t really like the sound of this
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  • Mmm. Perhaps this idea needs a rethink.
  • Mmm. I might have to check that statement with the lawyers!
  • Mmm. Good point. But I still think we should go on.

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Pronunciation: /ɛmˈɛm
 
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abbreviation

1Maelzel’s metronome (an indication of tempo in music, given as the number of beats per minute).
[with reference to the metronome invented by Johann N. Maelzel (died 1838)]
1.1Messieurs.
1.2(In the UK) Military Medal.

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