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pm
[UK: pm]
12:00 pm
[UK: pm]
after 12:00 pm
[UK: pm]
apm
[UK: pm]
rpm
[UK: pm]
wpm
[UK: pm]
a good development
[UK: ə gud diveləpmənt]
abnormal development of an organ
[UK: æbnɔːml diveləpmənt ɔf æn ɔːgən]
abseil equipment
[UK: æbnɔːml diveləpmənt ɔf æn ɔːgən]
ac voltage equipment
[UK: æbnɔːml diveləpmənt ɔf æn ɔːgən]
accessory equipment
[UK: əksesəriː ikwipmənt]
advance development
[UK: ədvɑːns diveləpmənt]
advantageous development
[UK: ædvənteidʒəs diveləpmənt]
advocate of expansion and development
[UK: ædvəkeit ɔf ikspænʃən ænd diveləpmənt]
agency for international development
[UK: ædvəkeit ɔf ikspænʃən ænd diveləpmənt]
aggregate development
[UK: ægrigeit diveləpmənt]
aggregated shipment
[UK: ægrigeitid ʃipmənt]
air cargo shipment
[UK: ɛər kɑːgou ʃipmənt]
alarm equipment
[UK: əlɑːm ikwipmənt]
amazing new technological development
[UK: əmeiziŋ njuː teknəlɔdʒikl diveləpmənt]
amplifying equipment
[UK: æmplifaiiŋ ikwipmənt]
ancillary equipment
[UK: ænsiləriː ikwipmənt]
annual development
[UK: ænjeəl diveləpmənt]
answering equipment
[UK: ænsəriŋ ikwipmənt]
arrested development
[UK: ərestidpəːsn diveləpmənt]
asset development
[UK: æset diveləpmənt]
audio equipment
[UK: ɔːdaiəæmplifaiər ikwipmənt]
auxiliary equipment
[UK: ɔːgziliəriː ikwipmənt]
baby equipment
[UK: beibiː ikwipmənt]
bad development
[UK: bæd diveləpmənt]
basic equipment
[UK: beisik ikwipmənt]
beginning stage in development
[UK: biginiŋ steidʒ in diveləpmənt]
blipmode
[UK: blipmoud]
building development requiring building permission
[UK: bildiŋ diveləpmənt rikwaiəriŋ bildiŋ pəmiʃən]
bulk shipment
[UK: bʌlk ʃipmənt]
camping equipment
[UK: kæmpiŋikwipmənt ikwipmənt]
capable of development
[UK: keipəbl ɔf diveləpmənt]
car body development
[UK: kɑːr boudiː diveləpmənt]
card equipment
[UK: kɑːd ikwipmənt]
cell development
[UK: sel diveləpmənt]
child development institute
[UK: tʃaild diveləpmənt institjuːt]
combat equipment
[UK: kɔmbæt ikwipmənt]
combat webbing-equipment
[UK: kɔmbæt ikwipmənt]
concerning economic development policy
[UK: kənsəːniŋ iːkənɔmikkəmjuːnitiː diveləpmənt pɔləsiː]
consisting of several developmental stages
[UK: kənsistiŋ ɔf sevrəl diveləpmentl steidʒiz]
construction equipment
[UK: kənstrʌkʃən ikwipmənt]
containing potential for future development
[UK: kənteiniŋ pətenʃl fər fjuːtʃər diveləpmənt]
controlled combat equipment
[UK: kɔntrould kɔmbæt ikwipmənt]
coordinate measuring equipment
[UK: kouɔːdineit meʒəriŋ ikwipmənt]
cost of shipment
[UK: kɔst ɔf ʃipmənt]
curriculum development
[UK: kərikjuləm diveləpmənt]
cycle of development
[UK: saikl ɔf diveləpmənt]
data communications equipment
[UK: deitə kəmjuːnikeiʃənz ikwipmənt]
date of shipment
[UK: deit ɔf ʃipmənt]
dc voltage equipment
[UK: dk voultidʒ ikwipmənt]
decampment
[UK: dikæmpmənt]
defective development
[UK: difektiv diveləpmənt]
deflection equipment
[UK: diflekʃən ikwipmənt]
delayed development
[UK: dileid diveləpmənt]
development aid
[UK: diveləpmənt eid]
development aid volunteer
[UK: diveləpmənt eid vɔləntiər]
development area
[UK: diveləpmənt ɛəriə]
development area a
[UK: diveləpmənt ɛəriə ə]
development assistance
[UK: diveləpmənt əsistəns]
development bank
[UK: diveləpmənt bæŋk]
development department
[UK: diveləpmənt dipɑːtmənt]
development environment
[UK: diveləpmənt invaiərənmənt]
development from one cell
[UK: diveləpmənt frɔm wʌn sel]
development loan
[UK: diveləpmənt loun]
development novel
[UK: diveləpmənt nɔvəl]
development of a carcinogenic process
[UK: diveləpmənt ɔf ə kɑːsinədʒenik prəses]
development of a cyclone
[UK: diveləpmənt ɔf ə saikloun]
development of a depression
[UK: diveləpmənt ɔf ə dipreʃən]
development of a embryo
[UK: diveləpmənt ɔf ə dipreʃən]
development of a front
[UK: diveləpmənt ɔf ə frʌnt]
development of a nature
[UK: diveləpmənt ɔf ə neitʃər]
development of bacteria
[UK: diveləpmənt ɔf bæktiəriə]
development of mankind
[UK: diveləpmənt ɔf mænkaind]
development of organs
[UK: diveləpmənt ɔf ɔːgənz]
development of physical stamina
[UK: diveləpmənt ɔf fizikl stæminə]
development of reproductive cells
[UK: diveləpmənt ɔf fizikl stæminə]
development of vegetable tissue
[UK: diveləpmənt ɔf vedʒitəbl tiʃuː]
development of zionism
[UK: diveləpmənt ɔf vedʒitəbl tiʃuː]
development office
[UK: diveləpmənt ɔfis]
development plan
[UK: diveləpmənt plæn]
development policy
[UK: diveləpmənt pɔləsiː]
development potential
[UK: diveləpmənt pətenʃl]
development process
[UK: diveləpmənt prəses]
development program
[UK: diveləpmənt prougræmbrɑːntʃ]
development project
[UK: diveləpmənt prədʒekt]

Example Sentences Including 'pm'

Hardball is an American baseball sitcom that aired Sunday nights at 8:30 pm on Fox from September 4, 1994 to October 23, 1994.

The Wall Street bombing occurred at 12:01 pm on September 16, 1920, in the Financial District of Manhattan, New York City.

Collectors is an Australian television series that was shown at 8:00 pm on Friday on ABC1 and repeated at 6:00 pm on Monday on ABC2.

Lady Wilson of Rievaulx, a poet and the oldest living spouse of a PM, died of a stroke a spokesman confirmed.

Thrilled staff took a -booking for a party of 12 including the ex-PM.

Spencer Perceval, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, was shot and killed in the lobby of the House of Commons in London, at about 5:15 pm on Monday 11 May 1812.

Faraway Hill was the first soap opera broadcast on an American television network, airing on the DuMont Television Network on Wednesday nights at 9 pm between October 2 and December 18, 1946.

Situation Room is a photograph taken by White House photographer Pete Souza in its namesake, the White House Situation Room, at 4:06 pm on May 1, 2011.

The Heights is an American musical drama series that aired Thursday at 9:00 pm on the Fox network from August to November 1992.

Family and friends of those who died were joined by Theresa May PM, London Mayor Sadiq Khan and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn to remember the lives lost in the carnage this time .

Steal Ur Girlfriend is a reality show aired on Channel[V], every Sunday at 7 pm.

Promethium is a chemical element with symbol Pm and atomic number 61.





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