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Abbreviation of promenade.

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prom (plural proms)

  1. (Britain) a promenade concert
  2. (Britain, abbreviation) promenade
  3. (US) a formal ball held at a high school or college on special occasions, e.g. near the end of the academic year

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prom

  1. away
  2. off

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From Proto-Slavic *pormъ.

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prom m inan

  1. ferry
  2. (astronautics) shuttle
    prom kosmicznyspace shuttle

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Further readingEdit

  • prom in Polish dictionaries at PWN

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prom (nominative plural proms)

  1. promise

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prom c (plural prommen, diminutive promke)

  1. (Clay) plum

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  • prom”, in Wurdboek fan de Fryske taal (in Dutch), 2011