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me (mé) pron. The objective case of I, used: 1. As the direct object of a verb: They blamed me. 2. As the indirect object of a verb: Give me the letter. 3. As the object of a preposition: She addressed it to me. [Middle English, from Old English ].


me, I. I, not me, is required after the verb be in formal writing and in constructions in which relative clauses occur after this first-person pronoun: It was I who called you. In informal writing and in speech on all levels, me is used acceptably after be: It's me. The caller was me. It could have been me. The person you forgot to mention was me.


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