Definition of 'memo'
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This judge obviously didn't get the memo. The Sun (2017)Sadly for you, it sounds like your mum didn't get the memo. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Alas, his security team didn't get the memo. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Did they not get the memo? The Sun (2015)Leaked internal memos suggest a new Vatican law against money laundering might contain a loophole. Times, Sunday Times (2012)They definitely didn't get the memo. The Sun (2014)Perhaps you didn't get the memo. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Didn't they get the memo about the deficit and spending cuts? The Sun (2015)Memo: no one is thinking about you as much as you are. Times, Sunday Times (2009)You will have to be able to write memos and reports that are clear, concise and persuasive. Going For It!: How to Succeed As an Entrepreneur (1986)All senior politicians get memos like this before interviews; few are unguarded enough to leave them in view. Times, Sunday Times (2007)These hormones also seemed to have brushed her hair and given her a makeover without getting the memo that there was a second mum in the room. Times, Sunday Times (2014) The memos also show how officials were given deadlines of less than 24 hours to produce reports designed to help ministers attack opposition plans. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He asked that I write him a memo on it. Christianity Today (2000)The memo notes that London would have an hour's warning before a tidal wave hit. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He's been camping in libraries combing through old memos and notes, diaries and interviews. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Next time you get a memo to ditch the tie, maybe leave the shirt at home, too. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Much more serious than all this stuff about memos and internal investigations is that the Lib Dem leader is failing in his ambition. Times, Sunday Times (2013)If his opposition was half-hearted, you might want to write a memo outlining your proposal and send copies to both him and his superior. Going For It!: How to Succeed As an Entrepreneur (1986)
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Translations for 'memo'
British English: memo /ˈmɛməʊ/ NOUN
A memo is an official note from one person to another within the same organization.
He sent a memo to all staff.
- American English: memo
- Arabic: مُذَكَّرَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: memorando
- Chinese: 备忘录
- Croatian: memorandum
- Czech: oběžník
- Danish: memo
- Dutch: memo
- European Spanish: memorando
- Finnish: muistio
- French: note message
- German: Notiz
- Greek: υπόμνημα
- Italian: promemoria
- Japanese: メモ
- Korean: 메모
- Norwegian: notat
- Polish: notatka
- European Portuguese: memorando
- Romanian: memoriu
- Russian: служебная записка
- Spanish: memorando
- Swedish: PM
- Thai: กระดาษจดบันทึก
- Turkish: kısa not
- Ukrainian: ділова записка
- Vietnamese: thông báo nội bộ
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