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AM

(indicating the time period from midnight to midday) abbreviation for
(Horology) ante meridiem. Compare p.m.
[Latin: before noon]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.a.m. - before noona.m. - before noon        
antemeridian - before noon
Adv.1.a.m. - before noonA.M. - before noon; "let's meet at 11 A.M."
Latin - any dialect of the language of ancient Rome
Translations

a.m.

ADV ABBR =ante meridiema.m.
at four a.ma las cuatro de la mañana

a.m.

[ˌeɪˈɛm] adv abbr =ante meridiemdel mattino

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a.m.

(ˌei ˈem) abbreviation (also A.M.)
in the morning (before midday). at 10 am; at 1.00 am (= one hour after midnight; one o' clock in the morning).

a.m.

صَبَاحاً ráno/dopoledne før middag vormittags π.μ. a.m., de la mañana aamupäivällä du matin ujutro del mattino 午前の 오전 a.m. a.m. przed południem a.m., da manhã до полудня fm เวลาหลังเที่ยงคืนถึงเที่ยงวัน öğleden önce sáng 上午
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