SMS

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See also: sms, SMs, šms, and sms'

English[edit]

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SMS

  1. Short Message Service, a service for sending text messages on a cellular telephone system.
  2. (video games) Sega Master System.
  3. (numismatics) special mint set
  4. (psychology) short man syndrome
  5. (military, nautical) SMSSeiner Majestät Schiff – literally, "His Majesty's Ship" in German

Noun[edit]

SMS ‎(plural SMSes)

  1. A text message sent on a cell phone.

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Verb[edit]

SMS ‎(third-person singular simple present SMSes, present participle SMSing, simple past and past participle SMSed)

  1. To send a message on a cell phone.
    I SMSed him and asked why he is late.
    I can't talk to her: she is too busy SMSing her friends.

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Dutch[edit]

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SMS

  1. Misspelling of sms.

French[edit]

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SMS

  1. SMS

German[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /ˌɛsʔɛmˈʔɛs/ (official standard)
  • IPA(key): /ˌɛsɛˈmɛs/, /-se-/, /-zɛ-/, /-ze-/ (common speech, for Etymology 1)

Etymology 1[edit]

Noun[edit]

SMS f, n ‎(genitive SMS, plural SMS or SMSen or SMSe)

  1. SMS (text message)
Usage notes[edit]
  • The noun is almost exclusively feminine in northern Germany, central Germany, and Luxembourg. The neuter gender is predominant in the southern half of the language area, but the feminine is also heard.
  • The unchanged plural SMS is generally used with the neuter gender. The form SMSe is rarer.
  • With the feminine, the marked form SMSen is often needed to express the plural, but the unchanged form can be used when the plural is evident from the grammatical construction or the context.

Etymology 2[edit]

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SMS

  1. (nautical, military) SMSSeiner Majestät Schiff (His Majesty's Ship)
Usage notes[edit]

Used for naval ships of the Austro-Hungarian Empire and the Second Reich of Imperial Germany, for the Kaiserliche und Königliche Kriegsmarine and Kaiserliche Marine, respectively.


Hungarian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Initialism of Short Message Service.

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Noun[edit]

SMS ‎(plural SMS-ek)

  1. SMS (a service for sending text messages on a cellular telephone system)

Declension[edit]

Inflection (stem in -e-, front unrounded harmony)
singular plural
nominative SMS SMS-ek
accusative SMS-t SMS-eket
dative SMS-nek SMS-eknek
instrumental SMS-sel SMS-ekkel
causal-final SMS-ért SMS-ekért
translative SMS-sé SMS-ekké
terminative SMS-ig SMS-ekig
essive-formal SMS-ként SMS-ekként
essive-modal SMS-ül SMS-ekül
inessive SMS-ben SMS-ekben
superessive SMS-en SMS-eken
adessive SMS-nél SMS-eknél
illative SMS-be SMS-ekbe
sublative SMS-re SMS-ekre
allative SMS-hez SMS-ekhez
elative SMS-ből SMS-ekből
delative SMS-ről SMS-ekről
ablative SMS-től SMS-ektől
Possessive forms of SMS
possessor single possession multiple possessions
1st person sing. SMS-em SMS-eim
2nd person sing. SMS-ed SMS-eid
3rd person sing. SMS-e SMS-ei
1st person plural SMS-ünk SMS-eink
2nd person plural SMS-etek SMS-eitek
3rd person plural SMS-ük SMS-eik

Japanese[edit]

Noun[edit]

SMS ‎(katakana エス・エム・エス, romaji esu emu esu)

  1. SMS

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Portuguese[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowing from English SMS.

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SMS m (plural SMS)

  1. SMS; text message (a text message sent on a cell phone)

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