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-carpic having (such) a number or type of fruit.
cap-a-pie from head to foot; completely.
cook up (informal) to concoct; devise.
epicarp the outer layer of a fruit's pericarp, such as a rind or peel.
garpike a gar.
gip variant of gyp.
gyp (informal) to cheat, swindle, or defraud. [3 definitions]
jack up to lift (a car or other vehicle) using or as if using a jack . [2 definitions]
jipijapa a palmlike plant of Central and South America that has long, fanlike leaves used to make Panama hats.
JPEG abbreviation of "Joint Photographic Experts Group," used to denote the cross-platform image file format based on this committee's image compression algorithm, or such a file itself, and, shortened to jpg, used as the filename extension for files in this format.
kapok the silky, fibrous down in the seeds of various tropical trees, used for insulation and padding.
kickup (informal) a noisy quarrel or disturbance; fuss.
kopeck the smaller monetary unit of Russia and other countries of the former Soviet Union. (Cf. ruble.)
PCP a powerful and dangerous drug originally intended as an animal tranquilizer but sometimes ingested by humans for its psychedelic and mood-altering effects; phenylcyclohexylpiperidine, or phencyclidine pill.
pick up to take up by hand. [4 definitions]
pickup the act of taking something onto or into a vehicle. [5 definitions]
upkeep the maintenance required to keep something or someone in good condition. [2 definitions]