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      the chemical symbol for   cobalt  


CO  
      abbrev. for  
1    Commanding Officer  
2    Commonwealth Office  
3    conscientious objector  
4    Colorado  
5   
      international car registration for   Colombia  
Co.   , co.  
      abbrev. for  
1    esp in names of business organizations   Company  
2    and co  
Informal   and the rest of them  
Harold and co     
Co.  
      abbrev. for   County  
co-  
      prefix  
1    together; joint or jointly; mutual or mutually  
coproduction     
2    indicating partnership or equality  
cofounder, copilot     
3    to the same or a similar degree  
coextend     
4    (in mathematics and astronomy) of the complement of an angle  
cosecant, codeclination     
     (from Latin, reduced form of com-)  
co-channel  
      adj   denoting or relating to a radio transmission that is on the same frequency channel as another  
co-channel interference     
Co. Derry  
      abbrev. for   County Londonderry  
co-driver  
      n   one of two drivers who take turns to drive a car, esp. in a rally  
Co. Durham  
      abbrev. for   County Durham  
co-ed  
      adj  
1    coeducational  
      n  
2      (U.S.)   a female student in a coeducational college or university  
3      (Brit)   a school or college providing coeducation  
co-respondent  
      n     (Law)   a person cited in divorce proceedings, who is alleged to have committed adultery with the respondent  
  co-respondency      n  
co-respondent shoes  
      pl n   men's two-coloured shoes, usually black and white or brown and white,   (Also called)    co-respondents  
co-routine  
      n     (Computing)   a section of a computer program similar to but differing from a subroutine in that it can be left and re-entered at any point  
co-star  
      n  
1    an actor who shares star billing with another  
      vb   , -stars, -starring, -starred  
2    intr; often foll by: with   to share star billing (with another actor)  
3    tr   to present as sharing top billing  
the film co-starred Mae West and W. C. Fields     
co-trimoxazole  
      n   an antibiotic consisting of a mixture of trimethoprim (an antiseptic) and sulphamethoxazole (a sulpha drug): used esp. to treat infections of the urinary tract  
co-worker  
      n   a fellow worker; associate  
Nam Co   , Nam Tso  
      n   a salt lake in SW China, in SE Tibet at an altitude of 4629 m (15186 ft.). Area: about 1800 sq. km (700 sq. miles),   (Also called)    Tengri Nor  
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CO  
      abbrev. for  
1    Commanding Officer  
2    Commonwealth Office  
3    conscientious objector  
4    Colorado  
5   
      international car registration for   Colombia  


Co  
      the chemical symbol for   cobalt  
Co.   , co.  
      abbrev. for  
1    esp in names of business organizations   Company  
2    and co  
Informal   and the rest of them  
Harold and co     
Co.  
      abbrev. for   County  
co-  
      prefix  
1    together; joint or jointly; mutual or mutually  
coproduction     
2    indicating partnership or equality  
cofounder, copilot     
3    to the same or a similar degree  
coextend     
4    (in mathematics and astronomy) of the complement of an angle  
cosecant, codeclination     
     (from Latin, reduced form of com-)  
co-channel  
      adj   denoting or relating to a radio transmission that is on the same frequency channel as another  
co-channel interference     
Co. Derry  
      abbrev. for   County Londonderry  
co-driver  
      n   one of two drivers who take turns to drive a car, esp. in a rally  
Co. Durham  
      abbrev. for   County Durham  
co-ed  
      adj  
1    coeducational  
      n  
2      (U.S.)   a female student in a coeducational college or university  
3      (Brit)   a school or college providing coeducation  
co-respondent  
      n     (Law)   a person cited in divorce proceedings, who is alleged to have committed adultery with the respondent  
  co-respondency      n  
co-respondent shoes  
      pl n   men's two-coloured shoes, usually black and white or brown and white,   (Also called)    co-respondents  
co-routine  
      n     (Computing)   a section of a computer program similar to but differing from a subroutine in that it can be left and re-entered at any point  
co-star  
      n  
1    an actor who shares star billing with another  
      vb   , -stars, -starring, -starred  
2    intr; often foll by: with   to share star billing (with another actor)  
3    tr   to present as sharing top billing  
the film co-starred Mae West and W. C. Fields     
co-trimoxazole  
      n   an antibiotic consisting of a mixture of trimethoprim (an antiseptic) and sulphamethoxazole (a sulpha drug): used esp. to treat infections of the urinary tract  
co-worker  
      n   a fellow worker; associate  
Nam Co   , Nam Tso  
      n   a salt lake in SW China, in SE Tibet at an altitude of 4629 m (15186 ft.). Area: about 1800 sq. km (700 sq. miles),   (Also called)    Tengri Nor  

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company  
      n   pl   , -nies  
1    a number of people gathered together; assembly  
2    the fact of being with someone; companionship  
I enjoy her company     
3    a social visitor or visitors; guest or guests  
4    a business enterprise  
5    the members of an enterprise not specifically mentioned in the enterprise's title,   (Abbrevs.)    Co, co         
6    a group of actors, usually including business and technical personnel  
7    a small unit of troops, usually comprising two or more platoons  
8    the officers and crew of a ship  
9    a unit of Girl Guides  
10      (English history)   a medieval guild  
11    keep or bear company  
a    to accompany (someone)  
b    (esp. of lovers) to associate with each other; spend time together  
12    part company  
a    to end a friendship or association, esp. as a result of a quarrel; separate  
b    foll by: with   to leave; go away (from); be separated (from)  
      vb   , -nies, -nying, -nied  
13    Archaic   to keep company or associate (with someone)  
     (C13: from Old French compaignie, from compain companion, fellow, from Late Latin companio; see companion1)  


Co         
      the chemical symbol for   cobalt  
CO  
      abbrev. for  
1    Commanding Officer  
2    Commonwealth Office  
3    conscientious objector  
4    Colorado  
5   
      international car registration for   Colombia  
Co.   , co.  
      abbrev. for  
1    esp in names of business organizations   Company  
2    and co  
Informal   and the rest of them  
Harold and co     
Co.  
      abbrev. for   County  
co-  
      prefix  
1    together; joint or jointly; mutual or mutually  
coproduction     
2    indicating partnership or equality  
cofounder, copilot     
3    to the same or a similar degree  
coextend     
4    (in mathematics and astronomy) of the complement of an angle  
cosecant, codeclination     
     (from Latin, reduced form of com-)  
co-channel  
      adj   denoting or relating to a radio transmission that is on the same frequency channel as another  
co-channel interference     
Co. Derry  
      abbrev. for   County Londonderry  
co-driver  
      n   one of two drivers who take turns to drive a car, esp. in a rally  
Co. Durham  
      abbrev. for   County Durham  
co-ed  
      adj  
1    coeducational  
      n  
2      (U.S.)   a female student in a coeducational college or university  
3      (Brit)   a school or college providing coeducation  
co-respondent  
      n     (Law)   a person cited in divorce proceedings, who is alleged to have committed adultery with the respondent  
  co-respondency      n  
co-respondent shoes  
      pl n   men's two-coloured shoes, usually black and white or brown and white,   (Also called)    co-respondents  
co-routine  
      n     (Computing)   a section of a computer program similar to but differing from a subroutine in that it can be left and re-entered at any point  
co-star  
      n  
1    an actor who shares star billing with another  
      vb   , -stars, -starring, -starred  
2    intr; often foll by: with   to share star billing (with another actor)  
3    tr   to present as sharing top billing  
the film co-starred Mae West and W. C. Fields     
co-trimoxazole  
      n   an antibiotic consisting of a mixture of trimethoprim (an antiseptic) and sulphamethoxazole (a sulpha drug): used esp. to treat infections of the urinary tract  
co-worker  
      n   a fellow worker; associate  
Nam Co   , Nam Tso  
      n   a salt lake in SW China, in SE Tibet at an altitude of 4629 m (15186 ft.). Area: about 1800 sq. km (700 sq. miles),   (Also called)    Tengri Nor  

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Colorado  
      n  
1    a state of the central U.S.: consists of the Great Plains in the east and the Rockies in the west; drained chiefly by the Colorado, Arkansas, South Platte, and Rio Grande Rivers. Capital: Denver. Pop.: 3892644 (1997 est.). Area: 269998 sq. km (104247 sq. miles),   (Abbrevs.)    Colo     (with zip code)   CO         
2    a river in SW North America, rising in the Rocky Mountains and flowing southwest to the Gulf of California: famous for the 1600 km (1000 miles) of canyons along its course. Length: about 2320 km (1440 miles)  
3    a river in central Texas, flowing southeast to the Gulf of Mexico. Length: about 1450 km (900 miles)  
4    a river in central Argentina, flowing southeast to the Atlantic. Length: about 850 km (530 miles)  
     (Spanish, literally: red, from Latin coloratus coloured, tinted red; see colour)  


Co  
      the chemical symbol for   cobalt  
CO         
      abbrev. for  
1    Commanding Officer  
2    Commonwealth Office  
3    conscientious objector  
4    Colorado  
5   
      international car registration for   Colombia  
Co.   , co.  
      abbrev. for  
1    esp in names of business organizations   Company  
2    and co  
Informal   and the rest of them  
Harold and co     
Co.  
      abbrev. for   County  
co-  
      prefix  
1    together; joint or jointly; mutual or mutually  
coproduction     
2    indicating partnership or equality  
cofounder, copilot     
3    to the same or a similar degree  
coextend     
4    (in mathematics and astronomy) of the complement of an angle  
cosecant, codeclination     
     (from Latin, reduced form of com-)  
co-channel  
      adj   denoting or relating to a radio transmission that is on the same frequency channel as another  
co-channel interference     
Co. Derry  
      abbrev. for   County Londonderry  
co-driver  
      n   one of two drivers who take turns to drive a car, esp. in a rally  
Co. Durham  
      abbrev. for   County Durham  
co-ed  
      adj  
1    coeducational  
      n  
2      (U.S.)   a female student in a coeducational college or university  
3      (Brit)   a school or college providing coeducation  
co-respondent  
      n     (Law)   a person cited in divorce proceedings, who is alleged to have committed adultery with the respondent  
  co-respondency      n  
co-respondent shoes  
      pl n   men's two-coloured shoes, usually black and white or brown and white,   (Also called)    co-respondents  
co-routine  
      n     (Computing)   a section of a computer program similar to but differing from a subroutine in that it can be left and re-entered at any point  
co-star  
      n  
1    an actor who shares star billing with another  
      vb   , -stars, -starring, -starred  
2    intr; often foll by: with   to share star billing (with another actor)  
3    tr   to present as sharing top billing  
the film co-starred Mae West and W. C. Fields     
co-trimoxazole  
      n   an antibiotic consisting of a mixture of trimethoprim (an antiseptic) and sulphamethoxazole (a sulpha drug): used esp. to treat infections of the urinary tract  
co-worker  
      n   a fellow worker; associate  
Nam Co   , Nam Tso  
      n   a salt lake in SW China, in SE Tibet at an altitude of 4629 m (15186 ft.). Area: about 1800 sq. km (700 sq. miles),   (Also called)    Tengri Nor  

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