There are 2 definitions of Pom in English:

Pom1

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Pronunciation: /pɒm
 
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noun

short for Pomeranian.

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Pronunciation: ɪnˈvɛnəm
verb
put poison on or into; make poisonous

There are 2 definitions of Pom in English:

Pom2

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Pronunciation: /pɒm
 
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noun

Australian/NZ informal , often derogatory
A British person.
More example sentences
  • Twelve Kiwis, two Poms, two Germans and an Aussie, the latter a little depressed after the All Blacks had beaten the Wallabies overnight, assemble bikes and set off across the Baritt desert.
  • And on the streets of Brisbane the citizens were looking forward to it too, not least the Aussie who told Diane: ‘It's a good chance to beat the Poms, isn't it?’
  • She advises which way we should jump, and almost invariably goes the American way, the argument generally boiling down to the fact that there are more Americans than Poms.

Origin

early 20th century: short for Pommy.

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