VM

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See also: vm, Vm, and V/m

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VM (plural VMs)

  1. (computing) An IBM operating system that can run multiple operating systems within a computer at the same time, each one running its own programs (abbreviation of Virtual Machine)
  2. (computing) Initialism of virtual machine.
  3. (computing) Initialism of virtual memory.
  4. (computing) Initialism of voice mail.
  5. (medicine) Initialism of viral myocarditis.

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  • (Virtual Machine): JVM

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Norwegian Nynorsk[edit]

Noun[edit]

VM n (definite singular VM-et, indefinite plural VM, definite plural VM-a)

  1. Initialism of verdsmeisterskap (World championship, World cup).

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Swedish[edit]

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VM n

  1. Initialism of världsmästerskap (World Championships; World Cup).

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