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cough up (slang) to give over (something demanded, esp. money). [2 definitions]
could used to express that there was ability to do something in the past, or that an action or state was possible in the past. [4 definitions]
could do with would benefit from (something); need or needs to some degree.
couldn't contracted form of "could not."
could've contracted form of "could have."
coulee a deep, narrow ravine, esp. in the western United States, cut by rain or melting snow. [2 definitions]
coulomb a unit of electrical charge equal to the charge of 6.28 times 1018 electrons or the charge transferred in one second by a steady current of one ampere.
coulter variant of colter.
council an assembly of persons gathered together for administrative, legislative, or advisory purposes. [2 definitions]
councilman a member of a council, as of a city or town.
councilor someone who belongs to a council.
councilwoman a female member of a council, as of a city or town.
counsel guidance or advice, esp. as given by an authority or wise person. [6 definitions]
counseling help or guidance from a mental health professional or member of the clergy that is aimed at solving emotional problems or at resolving or preventing conflicts between people in a close relationship.
counselor someone who gives or is hired to give counsel. [3 definitions]
count1 to list or name (numbers or items) one by one in order to find the total. [10 definitions]
count2 one who holds a rank of European nobility that is equivalent to that of an English earl.
count backwards to say or write the numbers in reverse order starting with a given number; count back.
count by fives to name every fifth number when counting.
count by hundreds to name every hundredth number when counting.
count by tens to name every tenth number when counting.