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emu1 US English

A large flightless fast-running Australian bird resembling the ostrich, with shaggy gray or brown plumage, bare blue skin on the head and neck, and three-toed feet

emu2 US English

Electric multiple unit

EMU US English

European Monetary Union

European Monetary Union US English

A European Union program intended to work toward full economic unity in Europe based on the phased introduction of a common currency (originally, the ECU). The program was announced in 1989; the second stage came into effect on January 1, 1994 under the terms of the Maastricht Treaty, and in 2002 the euro replaced the currencies of twelve European Union countries

EMU in European Monetary Union US English

A European Union program intended to work toward full economic unity in Europe based on the phased introduction of a common currency (originally, the ECU). The program was announced in 1989; the second stage came into effect on January 1, 1994 under the terms of the Maastricht Treaty, and in 2002 the euro replaced the currencies of twelve European Union countries

emu bush US English

An Australian shrub that typically has reddish flowers and small oval fruits which are sometimes eaten by emus

emu-wren US English

A small Australian songbird of the fairy wren family, with a very long thin cocked tail consisting of only six feathers that have a coarse open structure resembling that of emu feathers

EMU New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

Economic and Monetary Union

emu1 New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

large flightless Australian bird

emu2 New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

electric multiple unit (railway vehicle)

emu English-Spanish

emú masculine

EMU English-Spanish

UME, UEM feminine