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U

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Letters & punctuation
UU1, u /juː/ (plural U’s, u’s) noun  1 [countable, uncountable]SLA the 21st letter of the English alphabet2 [singular, uncountable] British English used to describe a film that has been officially approved as suitable for people of any agePG syn G American English3 [countable] British English a mark given to a student’s work to show that it is extremely bad U-boat, U-turn
Examples from the Corpus
UThen, from U, some one else sets off for Lamri and for Lorpa.Some one hears it mentioned in the Bazaar and runs to U with a warning.
UU2 pronoun written informal  a way of writing ‘you’, used especially in emails and text messages I love U!
Related topics: College
U.U., U /juː/  American English informalSEC an abbreviation of university Indiana U
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