meg

1 of 3

noun

meg

2 of 3

abbreviation (1)

megohm

MEG

3 of 3

abbreviation (2)

magnetoencephalography

Examples of meg in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web
Noun
That an entire school of megs are swimming around, looking for something to eat, adds little to the suspense. Owen Gleiberman, Variety, 3 Aug. 2023 But the megs themselves often don’t withstand closeups, looking like beat-up rubber shark toys, or Bruce on the Universal Studios tour. David Rooney, The Hollywood Reporter, 3 Aug. 2023 Since the meg’s body was mostly comprised of cartilage, which does not fossilize, scientists have been using the shark’s sizable teeth (some surpassing 7 inches top to bottom), vertebrae, and poop fossils to figure out the meg’s body measurements. Daisy Hernandez, Popular Mechanics, 8 Sep. 2020 Researchers from the Atlantic Shark Institute, a Rhode Island based nonprofit that works in shark research and conservation, picked up a shape on its sonar fish finder that looked like the megalodon, also known as the meg. Saleen Martin, USA TODAY, 7 Sep. 2022 And our smartphones routinely deliver 20 megs or more. BostonGlobe.com, 31 Dec. 2019 The second phase of the pilot was bringing full connectivity to each apartment at Cedar High Rise, providing residents with the fastest residential broadband available, at an average speed of 25 megs upload and download. Marcia Pledger, cleveland.com, 11 May 2017 See More

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Word History

First Known Use

Noun

1975, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of meg was in 1975

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“Meg.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/meg. Accessed 22 Feb. 2024.

Kids Definition

meg

noun
ˈmeg

Medical Definition

meg

1 of 2 abbreviation
megacycle

MEG

2 of 2 abbreviation
magnetoencephalography
The researchers used a technique called magnetoencephalography (MEG) to measure magnetic fields produced by the brain's electrical activity in six volunteers as they listened to brief sequences of chords.Bruce Bower, Science News
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