MOS



Electronics.
1.
metal oxide semiconductor.
[moh] /moʊ/
noun, Informal.
1.
(def 1).
1.
months.
abbreviation
1.
metal oxide silicon
/məʊ/
noun (informal)
1.
(mainly Brit) short for moment (sense 1)
2.
(mainly Austral) short for moustache (sense 1)
abbreviation
1.
Macau
Chemical symbol
1.
molybdenum
abbreviation
1.
Missouri
2.
Medical Officer
3.
modus operandi

colloquial shortening of momentum, by 1896.

representing U.S. black pronunciation of more, by 1902; it was an acceptable variant form of more in the Middle Ages and has roots in Old English; see more.

Mo
The symbol for the element molybdenum.
Mo
The symbol for molybdenum.

noun

A moment: Give me half a mo (1896+)

Metal Oxide Semiconductor
1.
margin of safety
2.
member of the opposite sex
3.
metal-oxide semiconductor
4.
military occupational specialty
Moldavian
molybdenum
1.
magnetooptical
2.
mail order
3.
medical officer
4.
Missouri
5.
Latin modus operandi (way of working)
6.
money order
7.
Philip Morris Cos.
months

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