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Pronunciation of Do You Have Any Message For: Learn how to pronounce Do You Have Any Message For in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word message:

noun
1a verbal, written, or recorded communication sent to or left for a recipient who cannot be contacted directly:
if I’m not there leave a message on the answerphone
(also mail message) an email or similar electronic communication:
select an option to delete your mail messages
an electronic communication generated automatically by a computer program and displayed on a screen:
an error message
a communication from a prophet or preacher, believed to be inspired by God:
Jesus and his followers were promulgating a specifically Judaic message for Judaic adherents
US a television or radio advertisement:
we’ll be back after these messages
2a significant political, social, or moral point that is being conveyed by a film, speech, etc.:
a campaign to get the message about home security across
3Scottish & Irish an errand:
he would run those interminable messages after school to the bookie
(messages) things bought on an errand; shopping.
verb
[with object]
send a message to (someone), especially by email:
I was messaged by a Californian contact for some information
(as noun messaging)
the software package incorporates messaging, scheduling, and workflow functions
Phrases

get the message

informal understand what is implied by a remark or action:
as soon as you tell students they’d do better on a more practical course they get the message they’re dum-dums
send a message

make a significant statement, either implicitly or by one’s actions:
it sends a message to potential foreign investors
Origin:

Middle English: from Old French, based on Latin missus, past participle of mittere ‘send’