Definition of 'am'
Example sentences containing 'am'
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I am sure the Overlord will look most kindly on your character. TREASON KEEP (2001)When you're as old as I am, you get to call everything wisdom. TREASON KEEP (2001)However, it seems I am doomed to serve your cause, whether I like it or not. TREASON KEEP (2001)
Without wanting to raise your hopes too high, I would say simply, soberly, that I am very optimistic. ABOUT THE AUTHOR (2001)
Trends of 'am'
Extremely Common. am is one of the 1000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'am'
British English: AM ABBREVIATION
AM is a method of transmitting radio waves that can be used to broadcast sound. AM is an abbreviation for 'amplitude modulation'.
British English: a.m. /eɪ ɛm/ ABBREVIATION
a.m. after a number indicates that the number refers to a particular time between midnight and noon.
The shop is open 9 a.m.–5 p.m.
- American English: a.m.
- Arabic: صَبَاحاً
- Brazilian Portuguese: a.m.
- Chinese: 上午
- Croatian: ujutro
- Czech: ráno/dopoledne
- Danish: før middag
- Dutch: a.m.
- European Spanish: de la mañana
- Finnish: aamupäivällä
- French: du matin
- German: vormittags
- Greek: π.μ.
- Italian: del mattino
- Japanese: 午前の
- Korean: 오전
- Norwegian: a.m.
- Polish: przed południem
- European Portuguese: da manhã
- Romanian: a.m.ante meridian
- Russian: до полудня
- Spanish: a.m.
- Swedish: fm
- Thai: เวลาหลังเที่ยงคืนถึงเที่ยงวัน
- Turkish: öğleden önce
- Ukrainian: до полудня
- Vietnamese: sáng buổi
Definition of am from the Collins English Dictionary
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