memo[ mem-oh ]SEE DEFINITION OF memo
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MEMO
Memo: Must do the one in the dining-tent when the people are asleep for the night.
But there was a memo, evidently added to the entry in some change of editions.
Memo: Squeeze the So-and-So village at the first time of calling.
Better make a memo to talk with this chief-freedman of Martwynn's, what's his name?
Hastily Aaron Logan prepared a memo stating the terms of the sale.
This memo was not submitted for signature and was superseded by a memo of 13 May 46.
Howard Morely looked up from a memo as the clerk tapped on the door.
A memo was routine, but the contents of this one were remarkable.
"Yes, sir," said Maxine, and read from the memo pad in her hand.
"I've just made a memo of this, sir," he said, pointing to an entry.