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PM

  1. The ISO 3166-1 two-letter (alpha-2) code for Saint Pierre and Miquelon.

EnglishEdit

Alternative formsEdit

  • p.m. (for "post meridiem" and "post mortem")
  • P.M.

NounEdit

PM (plural PMs)

  1. Initialism of post meridiem. (The second half of the day, from noon (12:00:00) to (just before) midnight (23:59:59))
    Today the sun sets at 8:25 PM
    The shops are open from 9AM to 5PM
  2. post mortem
    • 1953, Raymond Chandler, The Long Goodbye, Penguin, published 2010, page 321:
      ‘We ought to have a P.M. report by ten o'clock, preliminary anyway.’
  3. Initialism of prime minister.
  4. private message
  5. personal message
  6. price match
  7. project management
  8. project manager
  9. performance management
  10. partially meet
  11. perfect match
  12. product manager
  13. (knitting) place marker
  14. (electronics) permanent magnet
  15. (with a number) particulate matter

Usage notesEdit

  • (particulate matter): Used in combination with a subscripted number representing the size of the particles in micrometres. Thus, PM2.5 represents particles with a maximum diameter of 2.5µm.

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VerbEdit

PM (third-person singular simple present PMs, present participle PMing, simple past and past participle PMed)

  1. To project manage.
  2. (Internet, transitive) To send a private message to (a participant in a chat room, etc.).
    PM me if you want more information.

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FrenchEdit

EtymologyEdit

Abbreviation

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AbbreviationEdit

PM

  1. post meridiem
  2. market price

AntonymsEdit

  • (post meridiem): AM

GermanEdit

InitialismEdit

PM

  1. Pressemitteilung
    Hier sind die PM von letztem Jahr.
    Here are the press releases from last year.
  2. Papiermaschine

HungarianEdit

PronunciationEdit

Proper nounEdit

PM

  1. Abbreviation of Pénzügyminisztérium (Treasury).

DeclensionEdit

Inflection (stem in -e-, front unrounded harmony)
singular plural
nominative PM PM-ek
accusative PM-et PM-eket
dative PM-nek PM-eknek
instrumental PM-mel PM-ekkel
causal-final PM-ért PM-ekért
translative PM-mé PM-ekké
terminative PM-ig PM-ekig
essive-formal PM-ként PM-ekként
essive-modal
inessive PM-ben PM-ekben
superessive PM-en PM-eken
adessive PM-nél PM-eknél
illative PM-be PM-ekbe
sublative PM-re PM-ekre
allative PM-hez PM-ekhez
elative PM-ből PM-ekből
delative PM-ről PM-ekről
ablative PM-től PM-ektől
Possessive forms of PM
possessor single possession multiple possessions
1st person sing. PM-em PM-eim
2nd person sing. PM-ed PM-eid
3rd person sing. PM-e PM-ei
1st person plural PM-ünk PM-eink
2nd person plural PM-etek PM-eitek
3rd person plural PM-ük PM-eik

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MalayEdit

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NounEdit

PM

  1. Initialism of perdana menteri (prime minister).

PortugueseEdit

NounEdit

PM f (plural PMs)

  1. Initialism of polícia militar.

NounEdit

PM m, f (plural PMs)

  1. Initialism of policial militar.