Could I ask a question?  When we use the word “minutes” as the record of a meeting, should we treat this word as singular or plural?

I had to check this out in the Webster’s and Cambridge dictionaries. 😉

It is plural. The singular word ‘minute’ also exists, though normally we say ‘memo’.

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  • I just want to ask, if the word “minutes” is plural, then, should I put on the heading “Minute of the meeting” every time I make my minute? Please answer me coz no one corrects me. thanks

  • Thus “minutes ” will be plural. Thank you!

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