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Definition of rm

rm

  • acronym for "rematch", usually used in video games online. Compare with re.
    I want a rm!

    Last edited on Sep 07 2017. Submitted by Chuck S. on Sep 07 2017.

verb

  • acronym for "remake", usually used in video games online. Compare with re.
    That game was ass. Let's rm.

    Last edited on Sep 07 2017. Submitted by Chuck S. on Sep 07 2017.

  • acronym for "remove", esp. used in Unix.

    Last edited on Sep 07 2017. Submitted by Chuck S. on Sep 07 2017.

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