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What does ML stand for?

Asked by fightfightfight (596points) June 16th, 2010

I was reading my friend’s text messages the other night and she said something like “man, oh man, if she wasn’t coming over tonight, we could ‘ML.’ I asked my sister what it meant but she got all weird about it and didn’t tell me, so it just made me more curious. I know I shouldn’t have been nosey in the first place but.

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chyna's avatar

Make love? Would that be in the right context of the conversation?

fightfightfight's avatar

@chyna thanks…that’s kind of embarressing, i can’t believe i didn’t recognize that…..i don’t really understand a lot of abbreviations.

breedmitch's avatar

In my business it refers to malolactic fermentation; the process by which malic acid is converted to lactic acid.
But I doubt your friend or sister was making wine. Lol.

WestRiverrat's avatar

In my reenacting, ML is either a muzzle loading rifle, or a mountain lion. I don’t think either of them apply in this case.

gailcalled's avatar

And in my biz, it is modern languages.

Cruiser's avatar

Make linguine? Is she Italian??

Jeruba's avatar

Milliliters.

icehky06's avatar

Mama Leonie’s
– Which is my FAVORITE restaurant <3

zenele's avatar

Clothing store?

Just kidding – I know you have the answer – welcome to fluther kiddo!

SmoothEmeraldOasis's avatar

@ everyone your are all great for giving such brief but possible connections. I wanted to let everyone know that your sharing enlightens me all the time. Thank you for giving so much of yourselves here.

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jazmina88's avatar

major league

Cruiser's avatar

Model Lingerie??

stratman37's avatar

money laundering

mrentropy's avatar

Machine language. I guess they were hoping to program those old Atari and Commodore computers.

SmoothEmeraldOasis's avatar

You are right, there are so many possiblilities. In what context was it or will it be used? Maybe this can narrow it down or help to give a more precise answer.

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