From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmomo /məʊ $ moʊ/ noun [singular]British English spokenSHORT/NOT LONG a very shortperiod of time syn momentWait a mo!I’ll be back in a mo.
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mo• And as Arnie S is on his hols at the mo, Turrican is the man to help.• He is however out injured at the mo and has no sign of returning.mo.mo. American Englishx-refthe writtenabbreviation of monthMOMOthe written abbreviation of Missouri
M.O.M.O. (also MO British English) /ˌem ˈəʊ $ -ˈoʊ/ noun1[singular]WAY/MANNER (modus operandi) a way of doing something that is typical of a particular person or group2[countable] especially British EnglishMNPMA (medical officer) an armydoctorFrom Longman Business DictionaryMOMOwritten abbreviation for MAILORDER; MONEY ORDER