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Conking

kɒŋk

Meanings of Conking:

verb

(of a machine) break down.

Usage examples:

My car conked out
noun

A person's nose.

Usage examples:

Look at the size of that conk!

Meanings of Conking-out:

phrasal verb

(of a machine or engine) to stop working or fail suddenly, or (of a person) to go to sleep

Usage examples:

My radio conked out again.

Meanings of Conks:

verb

(of a machine) break down.

Usage examples:

My car conked out
noun

A person's nose.

Usage examples:

Look at the size of that conk!

Conn

kɒn

Meanings of Conn:

abbreviation

Connecticut.

verb

Direct the steering of (a ship).

Usage examples:

He hadn't conned anything bigger than a boston whaler
noun

The action or post of conning a ship.

Usage examples:

Mr cargill, take the con

Connate

ˈkɒneɪt

Meanings of Connate:

adjective

(especially of ideas or principles) existing in a person or thing from birth; innate.

Usage examples:

Are our ethical values connate?

Meanings of Connatural:

adjective

Belonging naturally; innate.

Usage examples:

Connatural qualities of the human character

Meanings of Connaught:

proper noun

A province in the west of the republic of ireland.

Connect

kəˈnekt

Meanings of Connect:

verb

Bring together or into contact so that a real or notional link is established.

Usage examples:

The electrodes were connected to a recording device

Connected

kəˈnek.tɪd

Meanings of Connected:

adjective

Brought together or into contact so that a real or notional link is established.

Usage examples:

A connected series of cargo holds
verb

Bring together or into contact so that a real or notional link is established.

Usage examples:

The electrodes were connected to a recording device

Connecticut

kəˈnet.ɪ.kət

Meanings of Connecticut:

proper noun

A state in the north-eastern us, on the coast of the atlantic ocean; population 3,501,252 (est. 2008); capital, hartford. it was one of the original thirteen states of the union and ratified the us constitution in 1788.

noun

A state in the northeastern us, whose capital city is hartford

Usage examples:

He spent his high school years in connecticut., connecticut was badly hit by the storm.

Connecting

kəˈnek.tɪŋ

Meanings of Connecting:

adjective

Joining or linking things together, especially so as to provide access and communication.

Usage examples:

He went back to his office, leaving the connecting door open
verb

Bring together or into contact so that a real or notional link is established.

Usage examples:

The electrodes were connected to a recording device

Connection

kəˈnek.ʃən

Meanings of Connection:

noun

A relationship in which a person or thing is linked or associated with something else.

Usage examples:

The connections between social attitudes and productivity

Meanings of Connectionism:

noun

An artificial intelligence approach to cognition in which multiple connections between nodes (equivalent to brain cells) form a massive interactive network in which many processes take place simultaneously and certain processes, operating in parallel, are grouped together in hierarchies that bring about results such as thought or action.

Usage examples:

He is an exponent of connectionism, the theory that behavior and thought should ultimately be expla…

Connections

kəˈnɛkʃ(ə)n

Meanings of Connections:

noun

A relationship in which a person or thing is linked or associated with something else.

Usage examples:

The connections between social attitudes and productivity
phrase

The people you know and who can help you

Usage examples:

He only got the job because of his connections!, he has important connections in washington., we ru…

Connective

kəˈnek.tɪv

Meanings of Connective:

adjective

Connecting.

Usage examples:

Connective words and phrases
noun

A word or phrase whose function is to link other linguistic units.

Usage examples:

She would be more likely to use a temporal connective such as before, after, or then than to use a …

Connectives

kəˈnɛktɪv

Meanings of Connectives:

noun

A word or phrase whose function is to link other linguistic units.

Usage examples:

She would be more likely to use a temporal connective such as before, after, or then than to use a …
adjective

Connecting.

Usage examples:

Connective words and phrases

Connectivity

ˌkɒn.ekˈtɪv.ə.ti

Meanings of Connectivity:

noun

The state of being connected or interconnected.

Usage examples:

The authorities worked at restoring connectivity between puerto rico and the us mainland after hurr…

Connector

kəˈnek.tər

Meanings of Connector:

noun

A thing which links two or more things together.

Usage examples:

A pipe connector

Meanings of Connectors:

noun

A thing which links two or more things together.

Usage examples:

A pipe connector

Connects

kəˈnekt

Meanings of Connects:

verb

Bring together or into contact so that a real or notional link is established.

Usage examples:

The electrodes were connected to a recording device

Meanings of Conned:

verb

Persuade (someone) to do or believe something by lying to them.

Usage examples:

I conned him into giving me your home number
noun

An instance of deceiving or tricking someone.

Usage examples:

The charter is a glossy public relations con

Meanings of Connexion:

noun

A relationship in which a person or thing is linked or associated with something else.

Usage examples:

The connections between social attitudes and productivity

Meanings of Connie:

noun

A conductor on a bus or tram.

Usage examples:

He bought a one-day ticket from the connie

Connies

ˈkɒni

Meanings of Connies:

noun

A conductor on a bus or tram.

Usage examples:

He bought a one-day ticket from the connie

Meanings of Conning:

verb

Persuade (someone) to do or believe something by lying to them.

Usage examples:

I conned him into giving me your home number
noun

An instance of deceiving or tricking someone.

Usage examples:

The charter is a glossy public relations con

Present participle of con informal

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