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cord

cord

 
 
pronunciation:
kord
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part of speech: noun
definition 1: a thick string or strong, thin rope.
 
similar words:
line, twine
definition 2: a covered wire used to supply power from an electrical outlet to an appliance such as a toaster or lamp.
 
similar words:
cable
definition 3: any part of the body that looks like a cord, such as the spinal cord or the umbilical cord.
definition 4: an amount of wood cut for fuel that equals 128 cubic feet. A cord of wood is arranged in a pile measuring 4 feet wide, 4 feet high, and 8 feet long.
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