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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishamam /m, əm; strong æm/ verb  XXthe first person singular of the present tense of the verb be
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amI try to get them off him but am not always successful.
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a.m.a.m. (also am British English) /ˌeɪ ˈem/ ●●● W2  TMC (ante meridiem) used to talk about times that are after midnight but before middayp.m. Work starts at 9 am.
AMAM /ˌeɪ ˈem/ noun [uncountable]  AMTTCB (amplitude modulation) a system used for broadcasting radio programmesFM
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AMBut somebody still cares about AM sound.Industry insiders agree any crummy AM station license is certainly worth at least a hundred grand.Above the doorway were inscribed the letters AM.She made out the letters AM.Its audio response is more than two octaves greater than a standard AM radio.But the AM is truly spectacular.And because their audiences are smaller, the AM stations are generally worth far less.
From Longman Business DictionaryAmAm written abbreviation for America; American
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