• nonmetallic diatomic element that is normally colorless odorless and tasteless and which is the most abundant element and is essential to life
• 15th letter of the alphabet; symbol for zero
• oh! (expression of understanding); oh! (cry of surprise)
o & m
• organization and methods (management and work methods)
• pen name of william sydney porter (1862-1910), american writer of short stories, author of "cabbages and kings"
• an o level is an educational qualification in a particular subject which used to be taken by some british schoolchildren at the age of 15 or 16. o levels were replaced by gcses in britain in 1988.
• if you say that something is being done or is happening like billy-o, you mean that it is being done or is happening with great excitement, speed, or force; an informal expression.
c | o
• at the address of; something written on a package or letter when the intended recipient is not the official resident
• you write c/o before an address on an envelope when you are sending it to someone who is staying or working at that address, often for only a short time. c/o is an abbreviation for `care of'.
i | o
• (computers) data fed into a computer or received from a computer
• input/output, data fed into a computer or received from the computer
• in the united states, jell-o is a flavouring that is used in making jelly desserts; jell-o is a trademark.
w | o
• with none; lacking; in the absence of; besides; outside of the framework of