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mem·o
[mem-oh]
NOUN [PLURAL MEM·OS.]
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A memorandum is a note, document or other communication that helps the memory by recording events or observations on a topic, such as may be used in a ...

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Definition of memorandum (memo): Informal written brief, note, record, reminder, or summary used as a means of communication, or to outline the terms of an ...

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Definition of memo: a short message sent from one person to another in the same organization.

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A little bit of background into the origins of the word memo will help clarify what their purpose is – so we'll start there. Memorandum comes from the Latin noun ...

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This handout will help you solve your memo-writing problems by discussing what a memo is, describing the parts of memos, and providing examples and ...

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Memos generally begin with a header section that identifies the purpose of the correspondence, to whom the memo has been sent, when it was written, and who  ...

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Define memo: a usually brief written message from one person or department in an organization, company, etc., to another — memo in a sentence.

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A memorandum, more commonly known as a memo, is a short message or record used for internal communication in a business. Learn more about the history.