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AM

abbr.
1. airmail
2. amplitude modulation
3. or am Latin anno mundi (in the year of the world)
4. or am or am ante meridiem
5. Latin artium magister (Master of Arts)
Usage Note: By convention, 12 am denotes midnight and 12 pm denotes noon. Because of the potential for confusion, it is advisable to use 12 noon and 12 midnight.

Am 1

The symbol for americium.

Am 2

abbr. Bible
Amos

am

 (ăm)
v.
First person singular present indicative of be.

[Middle English, from Old English eom; see es- in Indo-European roots.]

am

vb
(used with I) a form of the present tense (indicative mood) of be1
[Old English eam; related to Old Norse em, Gothic im, Old High German bim, Latin sum, Greek eimi, Sanskrit asmi]

am

abbreviation for
1. See AM5
2. See a.m.

am

the internet domain name for
(Computer Science) Armenia

Am

the chemical symbol for
(Elements & Compounds) americium

AM

abbreviation for
1. associate member
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Assembly Member (of the National Assembly of Wales)
3. Albert Medal
4. US Master of Arts
5. (Electronics) Also: am amplitude modulation
6. See a.m.
7. Member of the Order of Australia
8. Armenia (international car registration)

am

(æm; unstressed əm, m)

v.
1st pers. sing. pres. indic. of be.
[before 900; Old English am, eam, eom]

AM

1. Asian male.
2. amplitude modulation: a method of impressing a signal on a radio carrier wave by varying its amplitude.
3. a system of broadcasting using this method.
Compare FM.
[1935–40]

Am


Chem. Symbol.
americium.

Am.

1. America.
2. American.

A.M.

Master of Arts.
[< Latin Artium Magister]

a.m.

or A.M.,

1. before noon.
2. the period from midnight to noon, esp. the period of daylight prior to noon.
Compare p.m.
[1755–65; < Latin ante merīdiem]
usage: The abbreviation a.m. refers to the period from midnight until noon. One minute before noon is 11:59 a.m. One minute after noon is 12:01 p.m. Many people distinguish between noon and midnight by saying 12 noon and 12 midnight. Expressions such as 6 a.m. in the morning and 9 p.m. at night are redundant.

Am

The symbol for americium.

AM

Abbreviation of amplitude modulation
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.am - a radioactive transuranic metallic elementAm - a radioactive transuranic metallic element; discovered by bombarding uranium with helium atoms
metal, metallic element - any of several chemical elements that are usually shiny solids that conduct heat or electricity and can be formed into sheets etc.
2.am - a master's degree in arts and sciencesAM - a master's degree in arts and sciences
master's degree - an academic degree higher than a bachelor's degree but lower than a doctor's degree
3.am - modulation of the amplitude of the (radio) carrier waveAM - modulation of the amplitude of the (radio) carrier wave
modulation - (electronics) the transmission of a signal by using it to vary a carrier wave; changing the carrier's amplitude or frequency or phase
Translations
dopoledneráno
er
olen
jesamsam
devagyok
er
sum
priešpiet
no ritapriekšpusdiena
jestem
estousou
sunt
som
sem
jesamsam
är

AM

N ABBR
1. =amplitude modulationA.M. f
2. (US) =Artium Magister, Master of Arts
see MA
3. (Welsh Pol) =Assembly Memberparlamentario/a m/f

AM

[ˌeɪˈɛm]
abbr (=amplitude modulation)
n abbr (=Assembly Member) (in Wales)député(e) m/f au Parlement gallois

am

a.m. [ˌeɪˈɛm] adv abbr (=ante meridiem) → du matin
at 4am, at 4 a.m. → à quatre heures du matin

AM

(Rad) abbr of amplitude modulationAM
(Brit Pol) abbr of Assembly MemberMitglied ntder walisischen Versammlung

am

, a.m. abbr of ante meridiem; 2 am2 Uhr morgens; 10 am10 Uhr morgens or vormittags; 12 am0 Uhr, Mitternacht; do you mean 7 am or 7 pm?meinen Sie 7 Uhr morgens oder abends?

AM

[ˌeɪˈɛm] abbr =amplitude modulationAM

am,

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).
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