English word senses marked with place category "British Isles"
Met - Multicultural London English (14 senses)
- Met (Proper name) The London Underground Metropolitan Line
- Met (Proper name) The Metropolitan Railway
- Met (Proper name) The Metropolitan Police Service of London (MPS)
- Met (Proper name) The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.
- Met (Proper name) The current or historical Metropolitan Opera House or its opera company.
- Met (Noun) A Metropolitan Line train
- Met (Noun) A player for the New York Mets
- Mid Devon (Proper name) A local government district of Devon, England.
- Mid Suffolk (Proper name) A local government district of Suffolk, England, formed in 1974
- Mid Sussex (Proper name) A local government district of West Sussex, England, formed in 1974, with its headquarters in Haywards Heath
- Middle England (Proper name) The English Midlands.
- Middle England (Proper name) The conservative white middle classes who live outside London, considered as a group.
- Middle Englander (Proper name) A white, conservative, middle class member of Middle England.
- Middlesbrough (Proper name) A town and unitary authority in North Yorkshire, England, situated on the River Tees.
- Midlander (Noun) A native or inhabitant of the English Midlands.
- Midlander (Noun) A native or inhabitant of the city of Midland, Texas, USA.
- Millennium Dome (Proper name) A large building at Greenwich in London, the largest single roofed structure in the world; now renamed "O2".
- Milton Keynes (Proper name) Originally a village in Buckinghamshire, now a purpose-built town in central England, United Kingdom, containing the towns of Bletchley, Wolverton, Stony Stratford, and many smaller villages.
- Milton Keynes (Proper name) A unitary authority (Borough of Milton Keynes) in Buckinghamshire.
- Mole Valley (Proper name) A local government district of Surrey, England, formed in 1974, with its headquarters in Dorking
- Morayvian (Adjective) of or pertaining to Moray in Scotland
- Morayvian (Noun) an inhabitant of Moray
- Mornington Crescent (Proper name) A fictional game of complicated strategy in which players move around a map of the London Underground.
- Mornington Crescent (Proper name) A street in London (named after the Earl of Mornington) after which the tube station was named.
- Multicultural London English (Proper name) An English sociolect peculiar to modern-day London, being a mixture of Cockney, Jamaican, West African, and Indian accents and dialects.
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