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    Wink doubt

    Hi!
    I have a question. What does IMO mean? I don't know.
    Thanks for your help!

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    Re: doubt

    Duyi,
    IMO has many meanings. What would be the context?

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    Re: doubt

    IMO

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    The three-letter abbreviation IMO may have several meanings, depending on context:


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    Re: doubt

    I've seen IMO when people talk about grammar or textbooks. I've tried to understand the meaning, but I don't get it.
    I hope you can help me.
    Thanks.

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    Re: doubt

    Perhaps you read IMHO?

    In My Humble Opinion

    IMO could be an abbreviation for In My Opinion.

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