Commo



[kom-oh] /ˈkɒm oʊ/

noun, plural commos. Australian Informal.
1.
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/ˈkɒməʊ/
noun, adjective (pl) -mos
1.
short for communist

noun

Treats, cigarettes, etc, from the commissary (1950s+ Prison)

modifier

: went over the commo signals for the fiftieth time/ Murphy’s selling commo systems out of a place out in Rockville (Army)

noun

Communications: Commo okay? (1970s+ Army)
commodore

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