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p.m. US English

After noon, used after times of day between noon and midnight

Pm US English

The chemical element promethium

PM US English

Past Master

PMs in PM US English

(In the context of Internet message boards) a private message, sent directly from one user to another

promethium US English

The chemical element of atomic number 61, a radioactive metal of the lanthanide series. It was first produced artificially in a nuclear reactor and occurs in nature in traces as a product of uranium fission

Pm in promethium US English

The chemical element of atomic number 61, a radioactive metal of the lanthanide series. It was first produced artificially in a nuclear reactor and occurs in nature in traces as a product of uranium fission

Pm New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

the chemical element promethium

pm English-Spanish

p.m.

promethium New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

chemical element of atomic number 61

p.m. Spanish-English

pm, PM

PM in prime minister New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

cap. in titles (Prime Minister Tony Blair, but the prime minister of Italy); abbrev. PM

at 2 pm in pm English-Spanish

a las 2 de la tarde, a las 14 h., a las 2 p.m.

late opening Thursdays till 8 pm in late English-Spanish

jueves abierto hasta las 8 de la noche

her arrival has been fixed at 3 pm in fix English-Spanish

su llegada está fijada para las 3 de la tarde


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