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  3. em (ɛm) n., pl. ems. 1. the letter M, m. 2. the square of any size of type used as the unit of measurement for matter printed in that type size. [1860–65] EM 1. electromagnetic. 2. Engineer of Mines. 3. enlisted man or men. 'em (əm) pron. Informal. them. [1350–1400; Middle English hem, Old English heom, dat. and acc. pl. of he 1] em- 1 ,

  4. HTML <em> Tag Previous Complete HTML Reference Next Example Mark up emphasized text in a document: <p> You <em> have </em> to hurry up! </p> <p> We <em> cannot </em> live like this. </p> Try it Yourself » Definition and Usage The <em> tag is used to define emphasized text. The content inside is typically displayed in italic.

  5. The Em Dash: An Introduction. The em dash can function like a comma, a colon, or parenthesis. Like commas and parentheses, em dashes set off extra information, such as examples, explanatory or descriptive phrases, or supplemental facts. Like a colon, an em dash introduces a clause that explains or expands upon something that precedes it.

  6. An em (from English em quadrat) is a unit in the field of typography, equal to the currently specified point size. For example, one em in a 16-point typeface is 16 points. Therefore, this unit is the same for all typefaces at a given point size. The em dash — and em space are each one em wide.

  7. 'em pron. Contraction of them. 1. Those people or things (plural). 2. That person (singular). Usage as a singular pronoun is similar to the use of the word they as a singular pronoun; used as a reference to a person where sex (male or female) is unspecified or has not been determined.

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