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colón            (Spanish)  
      n   pl  

, -lons, -lones

  
  (Spanish)  
1    the standard monetary unit of Costa Rica, divided into 100 céntimos  
2    the standard monetary unit of El Salvador, divided into 100 centavos  
     (C19: American Spanish, from Spanish, after Cristóbal Colón Christopher Columbus)  


colon   [1]  
      n  
1    pl   , -lons   the punctuation mark :, usually preceding an explanation or an example of what has gone before, a list, or an extended quotation  
2    pl   , -lons   this mark used for certain other purposes, such as expressions of time, as in 2:45 p.m., or when a ratio is given in figures, as in 5:3  
3    pl   , -la   (in classical prosody) a part of a rhythmic period with two to six feet and one principal accent or ictus  
     (C16: from Latin, from Greek kolon limb, hence part of a strophe, clause of a sentence)  
colon   [2]  
      n   pl   , -lons, -la   the part of the large intestine between the caecum and the rectum  
     (C16: from Latin: large intestine, from Greek kolon)  
colon   [3]     (French)  
      n   a colonial farmer or plantation owner, esp. in a French colony  
     (French: colonist, from Latin colonus, from colere to till, inhabit)  
Colón     (Spanish)  
      n  
1    a port in Panama, at the Caribbean entrance to the Panama Canal. Chief Caribbean port. Pop.: 137825 (1992 est.),   (Former name)    Aspinwall  
2    Archipiélago (ˌartʃi'pjelaɣo ðe). the official name of the Galápagos Islands  
transverse colon  
      n     (Anatomy)   the part of the large intestine passing transversely in front of the liver and stomach  
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Colón            (Spanish)  
      n  
1    a port in Panama, at the Caribbean entrance to the Panama Canal. Chief Caribbean port. Pop.: 137825 (1992 est.),   (Former name)    Aspinwall  
2    Archipiélago (ˌartʃi'pjelaɣo ðe). the official name of the Galápagos Islands  


colon   [1]  
      n  
1    pl   , -lons   the punctuation mark :, usually preceding an explanation or an example of what has gone before, a list, or an extended quotation  
2    pl   , -lons   this mark used for certain other purposes, such as expressions of time, as in 2:45 p.m., or when a ratio is given in figures, as in 5:3  
3    pl   , -la   (in classical prosody) a part of a rhythmic period with two to six feet and one principal accent or ictus  
     (C16: from Latin, from Greek kolon limb, hence part of a strophe, clause of a sentence)  
colon   [2]  
      n   pl   , -lons, -la   the part of the large intestine between the caecum and the rectum  
     (C16: from Latin: large intestine, from Greek kolon)  
colon   [3]     (French)  
      n   a colonial farmer or plantation owner, esp. in a French colony  
     (French: colonist, from Latin colonus, from colere to till, inhabit)  
colón     (Spanish)  
      n   pl   , -lons, -lones     (Spanish)  
1    the standard monetary unit of Costa Rica, divided into 100 céntimos  
2    the standard monetary unit of El Salvador, divided into 100 centavos  
     (C19: American Spanish, from Spanish, after Cristóbal Colón Christopher Columbus)  
transverse colon  
      n     (Anatomy)   the part of the large intestine passing transversely in front of the liver and stomach  

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