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IM US English

Instant message

im- US English

variant spelling of in-, in- assimilated before b, m, p (as in imbibe, immure, impart).

instant message US English

A message sent via the Internet that appears on the recipient’s screen as soon as it is transmitted

IM in instant message US English

A message sent via the Internet that appears on the recipient’s screen as soon as it is transmitted

I'm US English

I am

I'll be damned if US English

Used to express a strong negative

well I'll be damned US English

Used as an expression of surprise

well, I'll be jiggered US English

Used to express one’s astonishment

Pei, I. M. US English

(1917-), US architect, born in China; full name Ieoh Ming Pei. He designed monumental public buildings, including the east wing of the National Gallery of Art 1978 in Washington, DC, the John F. Kennedy Library 1979 in Boston, and the pyramid entrance to the Louvre 1983–89 in Paris

Freiburg im Breisgau in Freiburg US English

An industrial city in southwestern Germany, in the state of Baden-Württemberg, on the edge of the Black Forest; population 220,600 (est. 2009). Full name Freiburg im Breisgau

im- Spanish-English

→ in-

I'm/he's hot in hot English-Spanish

tengo/tiene calor

I'm $200 in debt in debt English-Spanish

debo 200 dólares, tengo deudas por 200 dólares

I'm (a) hundred percent certain in percent English-Spanish

estoy cien por cien(to) seguro

I'm (absolutely) ravenous! in ravenous English-Spanish

¡tengo un hambre devoradora

(I'm) sorry, but I disagree in sorry English-Spanish

lo siento pero no estoy de acuerdo

how are you? — (I'm) fine, thanks in fine English-Spanish

¿qué tal estás? — muy bien, gracias