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See also: mrt and mrť




  1. The ISO 3166-1 three-letter (alpha-3) code for Mauritania.




MRT (plural MRTs)

  1. (sciences) Initialism of magnetic resonance tomography.
  2. (computing) Initialism of malicious (software) removal tool.
  3. (Singapore English, transport) Initialism of Mass Rapid Transit. Fast-moving modern train that transports commuters from one station to another across Singapore.
    • 2000, Jian Zhao, J. Nicholar Shirlaw & Rajan Krishnan, Tunnels and Underground Stuctures, page 32:
      After several years of study, the Government of Singapore in 1982 decided to implement a comprehensive mass rapid transit (MRT) system.
    • 2008 September 25, Angela Albanese, bus570 fall 08: The Mass Rapid Transit (MRT):
      The origins of the MRT are derived from a forecast by city planners in 1967 which stated the need for a rail based urban transportation system.
    • 2015 December 11, Feily Sofian & Esther Hoon, The Edge Property: The impact of MRT on property prices:
      Bukit Panjang residents will soon enjoy a shorter commuting time to town when Singapore’s latest MRT line, the Downtown Line 2 (DTL2), commences operations on Dec 27.

Usage notes[edit]

  • (Singapore English) Commonly used in speech, television media and print media. Recognized in official contexts. Not used with plural -s .


  • (magnetic resonance tomography): MRI