1 me /ˈmiː/ pronoun
1 me
Learner's definition of ME
objective case of i
used to refer to the speaker as the indirect object or direct object of a verb
used to refer to the speaker as the object of a preposition
Usage In ordinary speech me is used instead of I after the verb to be.
Me is also used alone without a verb in spoken questions, answers, etc.
The expression It is I is extremely formal and old-fashioned and is unlikely to be used in speech except in a joking way. Me is also sometimes used in very informal speech in place of I if the subject of a sentence has two parts that are connected by and.
But in ordinary polite use, I is required in such sentences.
see also me either at 4either, me neither at 4either
2 me
2 me
Learner's definition of ME
chiefly British spelling of mi