comprehend |
to understand or grasp the meaning of. [3 definitions] |

comprehensible |
understandable; intelligible. |

comprehension |
the act, process, or product of comprehending; understanding. [3 definitions] |

comprehensive |
wide or all-inclusive in range or scope. [3 definitions] |

compress |
to press into less space, or condense as though pressing together. [3 definitions] |

compressed air |
air subjected to greater pressure than the surrounding atmosphere, esp. by mechanical means. |

compression |
the act or process of pressing down on or together, causing flattening or condensing. [3 definitions] |

compression ratio |
in an internal-combustion engine, the ratio of the largest to the smallest volume of a cylinder measured at the top and bottom of the piston stroke. |

compressor |
something that compresses, esp. a device for compressing and condensing gases to drive machinery. |

comprimario |
a singer who sings secondary operatic roles. |

comprise |
to include. [2 definitions] |

compromise |
a settlement of differences by partial concession of demands by each party, or the result of such a settlement. [7 definitions] |

comptroller |
variant of controller. |

compulsion |
coercion or constraint; act of compelling. [3 definitions] |

compulsive |
able to compel; compelling. [3 definitions] |

compulsory |
required or obligatory. [2 definitions] |

compunction |
uneasiness about the propriety or suitability of an action; qualm. [2 definitions] |

computation |
the act of computing. [3 definitions] |

compute |
to calculate by mathematical operations. [5 definitions] |

computer |
an electronic device used to store, sort, correlate, and make calculations on data at high speeds. [2 definitions] |

computerese |
the specialized vocabulary used in computer technology; computer jargon. |