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4.
TMO
A slightly altered version of IMO standing for That's My Opinion.
The Seattle Seahawks suck TMO.
by Baer XIII December 10, 2008
 
1.
TMO
"Then a Miracle Occurs..."
An abbreviation used ito simplify a mathematical problem when one's too lazy or clueless to think of the actual justification.
- Question Nr. 5 - Show mathematically that mass and energy are equivalent.

"Um, lets see,

E = 0.5mv^2

m = F/a = Ft /s^2

So E = 0.5Ft/s^2*v^2

TMO

Hence E = mc^2

Yep, sounds fine to me."
by luonaifu November 08, 2009
 
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TMO
Short for Topless Make Out. (Coined in the novel CUBICLE COWBOY by Jeff Metzger.)
"No, I didn't sleep with her, just enjoyed a TMO."
by Jack Duluoz April 08, 2007
 
3.
A short species of Irish decent, typically good at speling.
"T-mo your word is sculpin."
"sculpan"

*bell rings* A disappointed 14 year old boy with a full grown mustache exits the spelling stage with a defeated look upon his face.
by Scripps September 20, 2009
 
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TMO
Short for "Total Mad Ownage"

see "Total Mad Ownage"
TMO!

You got Tmo'd

I TMO you
by Iverson January 03, 2003
 
6.
tmo
short for "tomorrow". originally only used online by the kind of person who writes like "wut ^" but it expanded and now is said in everyday real life conversation and frequently used by people who type like an actual intellegent person online.

prounced "tee-moe"
example 1:"hi sup gurl w4nna hand owt tmo?!!!!@1one"
example 2:"hey, what's up? let's hang out tmo!"
by gracieeee October 11, 2007
 
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TMO
Too Much Office. A quick response to anyone who states "that's what she said." in the normal course of dialogue. Usually this phrase is used to construe a crude meaning from the other speakers last statement and is a clear indication that they are heavily influenced by the Michael Scott character from the American television show, The Office.
A: God, I love watching Kobe shoot it in the hole.
B: Dude, that's what she said!
A: TMO, man.
B: Huh?
A: Too Much Office.
B: Oh, I see your clever play on words. I admire your wit, sir.
by Rocksotheclown September 04, 2010