MOS translation | English-Spanish dictionary

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mo

  
   abbr   (   month)      m.  


MO  
a       n abbr   (   medical officer)     
b       abbr  
1      (US)   (   Missouri)     
2      (esp US)  
*   (   modus operandi)      manera de actuar   manera de actuar  
mo'   *      n abbr   (   moment)     
Mo.      abbr   (   Missouri)     
slow-mo   *   , slomo  
*      adj, n       slow-motion  
Translation English - Spanish Collins Dictionary  
See also:

MO, Mo., moss, most

MOS n.
1) MOS, 2) memoria alimentada en forma permanente
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"MOS": examples and translations in context
You'll be flying a Vulcan at 45,000 feet, armed with two atomic bombs, MOS type. Volaremos en un Vulcan a 14.000 metros, equipado con dos bombas atómicas, tipo MOS.
You'll be flying a Vulcan at 45,000 feet, armed with two atomic bombs, MOS type. Volaremos en un Vulcan a 14.000 metros, equipado con dos bombas atómicas del tipo MOS.
Plan Puebla Panama's energy production plan is too much for the a mos River Basin. El paquete de obras energéticas que presenta el Plan Puebla Panamá, es verdaderamente ambicioso para la cuenca del Río Usumacinta.
Scientist Miller (1998) registered 112 fish species for the a mos River Basin, which includes Montes Azules. Los peces reportados por Miller (1998), para la Cuenca del Río Usumacinta incluyendo a Montes Azules son 112 especies.
- All three cases, the MOs are urban legends. En los tres casos, los Modus Operandi son leyendas urbanas.
Serial killers don't usually alter their mos dramatically. Los asesinos seriales normalmente no cambian tanto sus modus operandi.
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