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a.m. US English

Before noon, used with times of day between midnight and noon

AM US English

Amplitude modulation

Am US English

The chemical element americium

am US English

1st person singular present of be.

americium US English

The chemical element of atomic number 95, a radioactive metal of the actinide series

Am in americium US English

The chemical element of atomic number 95, a radioactive metal of the actinide series

amplitude modulation US English

The modulation of a wave by varying its amplitude, used chiefly as a means of radio broadcasting, in which an audio signal is combined with a carrier wave

AM in amplitude modulation US English

The modulation of a wave by varying its amplitude, used chiefly as a means of radio broadcasting, in which an audio signal is combined with a carrier wave

ma'am US English

A term of respectful or polite address used for a woman

pro-am US English

(Of a sports event) involving both professionals and amateurs

am-dram US English

Amateur dramatics

be of in of US English

Possess intrinsically; give rise to

be of US English

Possess intrinsically; give rise to

be off in be US English

Go away; leave

be off US English

Go away; leave

be had in have US English

Cheat or deceive (someone)

be set in set1 US English

Be situated or fixed in a specified place or position

get even in even1 US English

Inflict trouble or harm on someone similar to that which they have inflicted on oneself

get even US English

Inflict trouble or harm on someone similar to that which they have inflicted on oneself

be long in long1 US English

Take a long time to happen or arrive

be long US English

Take a long time to happen or arrive

be lost in lose US English

Be destroyed or killed, especially through accident or as a result of military action

be laid in lay1 US English

Locate (an episode in a play, novel, etc.) in a certain place

be said in say US English

Be asserted or reported (often used to avoid committing the speaker or writer to the truth of the assertion)

be torn in tear1 US English

Be in a state of uncertainty between two conflicting options or parties

be shod in shoe US English

(Of a person) be wearing shoes of a specified kind

be sure in sure US English

Do not fail (used to emphasize an invitation or instruction)

be sure US English

Do not fail (used to emphasize an invitation or instruction)

be sick US English

Be ill

who am I to do something in who US English

What right or authority do I (or you, he, etc.) have to do something

who am I to do something US English

What right or authority do I (or you, he, etc.) have to do something

wham-bam-thank-you-ma'am in wham bam US English

Used in reference to sexual activity conducted roughly and quickly, without tenderness

wham-bam-thank-you-ma'am US English

Used in reference to sexual activity conducted roughly and quickly, without tenderness

be cooked in cook US English

Be in an inescapably bad situation

be damned in damn US English

(In Christian belief) be condemned by God to suffer eternal punishment in hell

be buried in bury US English

Place (a dead body) in the earth, in a tomb, or in the sea, typically with funeral rites

be/get busted in bust2 US English

Be caught in the act of doing something wrong

buy US English

Get by sacrifice or great effort

be called in call US English

Have a specified name

be along US English

Arrive

be billed in bill1 US English

List (a person or event) in a program

be backed in back US English

Lie behind or at the back of

be bathed in bathe US English

Suffuse or envelop in something

be oneself in be US English

Act naturally, according to one’s character and instincts

be oneself US English

Act naturally, according to one’s character and instincts


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