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Ems

 (ĕmz, ĕms)
A river of northwest Germany flowing about 370 km (230 mi) to the North Sea at the Netherlands border.

EMS

abbr.
1. electrical muscle stimulation
2. Emergency Medical Service
3. European Monetary System

Ems

(ɛmz) or

Bad Ems

n
1. (Placename) a town in W Germany, in the Rhineland-Palatinate: famous for the Ems Telegram (1870), Bismarck's dispatch that led to the outbreak of the Franco-Prussian War. Pop: 9666 (2003 est)
2. (Placename) a river in W Germany, rising in the Teutoburger Wald and flowing generally north to the North Sea. Length: about 370 km (230 miles)

EMS

abbreviation for
1. (Economics) European Monetary System
2. (Computer Science) enhanced messaging service: a system used for sending text messages containing special text formatting, animations, etc, to and from mobile phones

EMS

emergency medical service.
Translations

EMS

N ABBR =European Monetary SystemSME m

EMS

[ˌiːɛmˈɛs] n abbr (=European Monetary System) → SME m

EMS

abbr of European Monetary SystemEWS nt

EMS

[ˌiːɛmˈɛs] n abbr =European Monetary SystemS.M.E. m =Sistema Monetario Europeo
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