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mockup a model, often full-sized, built for display, study, or testing.
mod stylishly modern, esp. as regards dress. [3 definitions]
modal of or concerning mode, mood, or form. [5 definitions]
modal auxiliary an auxiliary verb, such as "can," "may," "must," or "should," that is used to modify the meaning of a main verb by including such notions as necessity, possibility, certainty, capability, advisability, potential, and expectation.
modality the state or condition of being modal. [4 definitions]
mode1 a manner, method, or form of doing, acting, speaking, living, or the like. [4 definitions]
mode2 a contemporary, popular, or customary style or fashion, as of clothing or behavior.
model a standard that is suitable for or worthy of imitation or comparison. [14 definitions]
modeling the act or profession of working as a fashion model. [2 definitions]
modem an electronic apparatus that enables data to be processed for transmission from or into a computer by use of telephone or other transmitter.
moderate keeping or kept within reasonable limits; not extreme or excessive. [9 definitions]
moderation the avoidance of excesses or extremes, esp. in behavior. [2 definitions]
moderato with a moderate pace or tempo (used as a musical direction).
moderator someone who moderates, such as the leader of a discussion group or the chairperson at a meeting. [2 definitions]
modern of, relating to, or characteristic of current or recent times. [4 definitions]
modern art artistic production associated with a movement in art that began in the late 19th century and continued through the late 20th century, during which period an interest in realism and the use of traditional materials diminished and an interest in abstraction and experimentation with materials flourished.
modern dance a form of contemporary dance in which stylized movements of the body depict and express ideas, emotions, and the like.
Modern English the English language since the late fifteenth century.
Modern Hebrew the Hebrew language of post-Biblical times, esp. the language of modern Israel.
modernism the tendency to value or adhere to that which is contemporary or modern. [2 definitions]
modernization the process or act of updating or redesigning something to make it look new or contemporary. [3 definitions]