American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- abbr. Mountain Standard Time
- Mountain Standard Time
- v. To mock a work using close annotation.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. abbr. Mountain Standard Time, the time of the 105th meridian, used in the mountain states of the U.S.
- n. standard time in the 7th time zone west of Greenwich, reckoned at the 105th meridian west; used in the mountain states of the United States
- From the TV show Mystery Science Theater 3000, commonly known as MST3K, that practiced this technique on movies. (Wiktionary)
“Ah yes, my friend and I call it MST = Mexican Standard Time.”
“POLICE: Sheriff's department changes transmissions to plain English MST Therapist”
“The issue is made worse by the fact that some female veterans are dealing with a problem that's difficult to bring into a public, clinical setting -- sexual assault suffered while on active duty, known by the acronym MST, for military sexual trauma.”
“In a Kane County Chronicle article published February 13, 2010, Brown calls the MST therapy "a world changing kind of thing not just fitting a square kid into a round hole so the kid fits better.”
“In fact, the MST is a sophisticated, spin-savvy political machine.”
“The timer, known as MST-13, is fabricated by a Swiss company named MeBo, which stands for Meister and Bollier.”
“Also referred to as MST (Micro System Technology).”
“My development team works from 11PM MST to 8AM MST, which is night time for me.”
“And the MST is the expression of the desire for liberation of those poor people.”
“What other utils are best - I seemed to need a util called MST to help me out getting it to work at all.”
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