Examples of memo in a Sentence
He sent a memo to the staff.
a long series of memos between the two authors collaborating on the book
Recent Examples of memo from the Web
The new vehicles will replace trucks that are 21 and 22 years old, according to a memo from Public Works Director Wayne Zingsheim.
A recent 10-page internal memo (by a male Google engineer) that lambasted the company’s diversity efforts also shined a light on workplace culture for some.
The memo lists five priority areas (in this order): military superiority, security, prosperity, energy dominance, and health.
According to a new memo from the Bureau of Prisons, federal prisons will now provide pads and tampons to inmates free of charge.
In internal memos, Trump-administration advisers have referred to NASA’s traditional contractors as ‘‘Old Space’’ and proposed refocusing its budget on supporting the growth of the private ‘‘New Space’’ industry, Politico reported in February. ‘
But the termination memo from Gary Fields – superintendent of the Bowling Green Independent School District – indicates the coach was fired after several reprimands over the past two years.
McMaster fired Rich Higgins for writing a memo criticizing Islamic terrorism.
That shorter period means people may miss the memo on signing up — or at least need an extra push, Corlette said.
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MEMO Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of memo for English Language Learners
: a usually brief written message from one person or department in an organization, company, etc., to another
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