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MO • abbr. ∎  Comput. (of a disk or disk drive) magneto-optical. ∎  Medical Officer. ∎  Missouri (in official postal use). ∎  modus operandi. ∎  money order.

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mo / / • n. [in sing.] inf., chiefly Brit. a short period of time: hang on a mo!

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Mo • symb. the chemical element molybdenum.

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Mo, symbol for the element molybdenum.

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Mo See molybdenum.

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Mo See MOLYBDENUM.

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