There are 4 definitions of mo in English:

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Pronunciation: /məʊ
 
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noun

[in singular] informal , chiefly British
A short period of time: hang on a mo!

Origin

late 19th century: abbreviation of moment.

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There are 4 definitions of mo in English:

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symbol

The chemical element molybdenum.

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There are 4 definitions of mo in English:

MO3

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Pronunciation: /ɛmˈəʊ
 
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noun (plural MOs)

The way a particular person tends to do things: his MO isn’t prescribing the solution but sparking more questions Connor can’t figure out the killer’s MO
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  • Their MO is to provoke, then make you feel you have no reason to react - and it's all your fault to begin with!
  • Notice his MO - laugh at the question, demean the questioner, shout invective, back his position with " I have studied", and then shut it down without providing any evidence from his extensive research.
  • Anyway my MO for dealing with illness is to take time off immediately and for a day longer than I think I need it.

Origin

1950s: abbreviation of modus operandi.

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There are 4 definitions of mo in English:

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Pronunciation: /ɛmˈəʊ
 
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abbreviation

1 Computing (Of a disk or disk drive) magneto-optical.
1.1Medical Officer: that looks nasty—better go and see the MO
1.2Missouri (in official postal use).
1.3Money order.

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