See also: mot, Mot, mót, mòt, mốt, möt, một, moț, and møt

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MOT (plural MOTs)

  1. (Britain) Ministry of Transport test; an annual test of roadworthiness for British cars over three years old.
    I can’t drive over this week, the car is in for its MOT.
    Synonym: (US) vehicle inspection
  2. (Britain) An aggregate which meets the Ministry of Transport standard as a compact subbase.
    It will need some MOT at the bottom and then a layer of washed sand.
  3. (business) management of technology.
  4. (electronics) microwave oven transformer
  5. A member of the tribe; i.e. a Jew
  6. (physics) magnetooptical trap

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Short for mikä oli todistettava = mikä (what) + oli (was) + todistettava (to be proven)

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MOT

  1. (mathematics) QED, quod erat demonstrandum