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Cuecas

ˈkwɛkə

Meanings of Cuecas:

noun

A lively south american dance.

Usage examples:

Visitors to the fair enjoy traditional crafts, sing the national anthem, dance the cueca, listen to…

Meanings of Cued:

verb

Give a cue to or for.

Usage examples:

Ros and guil, cued by hamlet, also bow deeply
noun

A thing said or done that serves as a signal to an actor or other performer to enter or to begin their speech or performance.

Usage examples:

She had not yet been given her cue to come out on to the dais

Cueing

kjuː

Meanings of Cueing:

verb

Give a cue to or for.

Usage examples:

Ros and guil, cued by hamlet, also bow deeply
noun

A thing said or done that serves as a signal to an actor or other performer to enter or to begin their speech or performance.

Usage examples:

She had not yet been given her cue to come out on to the dais

Cueist

ˈkjuːɪst

Meanings of Cueist:

noun

A person who plays snooker, pool, or billiards.

Usage examples:

Alex was a tremendous cueist when he was playing

Cues

kjuː

Meanings of Cues:

noun

A thing said or done that serves as a signal to an actor or other performer to enter or to begin their speech or performance.

Usage examples:

She had not yet been given her cue to come out on to the dais
verb

Give a cue to or for.

Usage examples:

Ros and guil, cued by hamlet, also bow deeply

Cuesta

ˈkwes.tə

Meanings of Cuesta:

noun

A ridge with a gentle slope (dip) on one side and a steep slope (scarp) on the other.

Usage examples:

These form light coloured, erosionally resistant cuestas including jabal kawr and several smaller m…

Cuestas

ˈkwɛstə

Meanings of Cuestas:

noun

A ridge with a gentle slope (dip) on one side and a steep slope (scarp) on the other.

Usage examples:

These form light coloured, erosionally resistant cuestas including jabal kawr and several smaller m…

Cuff

kʌf

Meanings of Cuff:

noun

The end part of a sleeve, where the material of the sleeve is turned back or a separate band is sewn on.

Usage examples:

A red dress with a white lace collar and cuffs
verb

Secure with handcuffs.

Usage examples:

The man's hands were cuffed behind his back

Cuffed

kʌf

Meanings of Cuffed:

adjective

(of an item of clothing) having a section of the material at the end turned back, or a separate band sewn on.

Usage examples:

Laboratory coats with cuffed sleeves
verb

Secure with handcuffs.

Usage examples:

The man's hands were cuffed behind his back

Meanings of Cuffing:

verb

Secure with handcuffs.

Usage examples:

The man's hands were cuffed behind his back
noun

The end part of a sleeve, where the material of the sleeve is turned back or a separate band is sewn on.

Usage examples:

A red dress with a white lace collar and cuffs

Cufflink

ˈkʌf.lɪŋk

Meanings of Cufflink:

noun

A device for fastening together the sides of a shirt cuff, typically a pair of linked studs or a single plate connected to a short swivelling rod, passed through a hole in each side of the cuff.

Usage examples:

When choosing your tuxedo shirt, try to select one with french cuffs, which fold up and are fastene…

Meanings of Cufflinks:

noun

A device for fastening together the sides of a shirt cuff, typically a pair of linked studs or a single plate connected to a short swivelling rod, passed through a hole in each side of the cuff.

Usage examples:

When choosing your tuxedo shirt, try to select one with french cuffs, which fold up and are fastene…

Meanings of Cuffs:

noun

The end part of a sleeve, where the material of the sleeve is turned back or a separate band is sewn on.

Usage examples:

A red dress with a white lace collar and cuffs
verb

Secure with handcuffs.

Usage examples:

The man's hands were cuffed behind his back
plural noun

Short form ofhandcuffs

Meanings of Cufic:

noun

An early angular form of the arabic alphabet found chiefly in decorative inscriptions.

adjective

Of or in kufic.

Usage examples:

Highlights included a fourteenth century page from an egyptian koran in kufic script and four eight…

Cuing

kjuː

Meanings of Cuing:

verb

Give a cue to or for.

Usage examples:

Ros and guil, cued by hamlet, also bow deeply
noun

A thing said or done that serves as a signal to an actor or other performer to enter or to begin their speech or performance.

Usage examples:

She had not yet been given her cue to come out on to the dais

Cuirass

kwɪˈras

Meanings of Cuirass:

noun

A piece of armour consisting of breastplate and backplate fastened together.

Usage examples:

He turned his back to hunter, showing his armor was a breastplate instead of a cuirass like hunter …

Meanings of Cuirasses:

noun

A piece of armour consisting of breastplate and backplate fastened together.

Usage examples:

He turned his back to hunter, showing his armor was a breastplate instead of a cuirass like hunter …

Cuirassier

ˌkwɪrəˈsiːə

Meanings of Cuirassier:

noun

A cavalry soldier wearing a cuirass.

Usage examples:

He quotes french cuirassiers (heavy cavalrymen) as saying that their sabers were ‘virtually useless…

Cuish

kwɪs

Meanings of Cuish:

noun

A piece of armour for the thigh.

Usage examples:

The thighs, which had been protected beneath the mail hauberk by padded, or gambossed, cuisses in t…

Cuishes

kwɪs

Meanings of Cuishes:

noun

A piece of armour for the thigh.

Usage examples:

The thighs, which had been protected beneath the mail hauberk by padded, or gambossed, cuisses in t…

Cuisine

kwɪˈziːn

Meanings of Cuisine:

noun

A style or method of cooking, especially as characteristic of a particular country, region, or establishment.

Usage examples:

Much venetian cuisine is based on seafood

Cuisines

kwɪˈziːn

Meanings of Cuisines:

noun

A style or method of cooking, especially as characteristic of a particular country, region, or establishment.

Usage examples:

Much venetian cuisine is based on seafood

Meanings of Cuisse:

noun

A piece of armour for the thigh.

Usage examples:

The thighs, which had been protected beneath the mail hauberk by padded, or gambossed, cuisses in t…

Cuisses

kwɪs

Meanings of Cuisses:

noun

A piece of armour for the thigh.

Usage examples:

The thighs, which had been protected beneath the mail hauberk by padded, or gambossed, cuisses in t…

Cuke

kjuːk

Meanings of Cuke:

noun

A cucumber.

Usage examples:

We kept a half dozen eggs and a stick of butter cool along with some tomatoes and cukes in a bucket…

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