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Cuvee

ˈkjuːveɪ

Meanings of Cuvee:

noun

A type, blend, or batch of wine, especially champagne.

Usage examples:

The judicious addition of good-quality pinot meunier to a cuvée is indispensable

Meanings of Cuvette:

noun

A straight-sided clear container for holding liquid samples in a spectrophotometer or other instrument.

Usage examples:

A paddle cuvette stirrer was placed in the quartz cuvette containing the liposome suspension.

Cuvettes

kjuːˈvɛt

Meanings of Cuvettes:

noun

A straight-sided clear container for holding liquid samples in a spectrophotometer or other instrument.

Usage examples:

A paddle cuvette stirrer was placed in the quartz cuvette containing the liposome suspension.

Cv

ˌsiːˈviː

Meanings of Cv:

abbreviation

Cultivated variety.

noun

A brief account of a person's education, qualifications, and previous occupations, typically sent with a job application.

Usage examples:

If you feel that you have these skills then please send us your cv
adjective

Cardiovascular.

Cwm

kʊm

Meanings of Cwm:

noun

(especially in wales) a steep-sided hollow at the head of a valley or on a mountainside; a cirque.

Usage examples:

There is a dusting of snow in cwm glas mawr

Cwms

kʊm

Meanings of Cwms:

noun

(especially in wales) a steep-sided hollow at the head of a valley or on a mountainside; a cirque.

Usage examples:

There is a dusting of snow in cwm glas mawr

Meanings of Cwo:

abbreviation

Chief warrant officer.

noun

Abbreviation for cash with order: a method of doing business in which a customer make payment for goods at the same time as they give their order

Usage examples:

Our payment terms are cwo.

Meanings of Cwt:

abbreviation

Hundredweight.

Usage examples:

A lorry carrying 100 cwt of potatoes
noun

A unit of weight equal to 112 lb avoirdupois (about 50.8 kg).

Cy

si

Meanings of Cy:

suffix

Denoting state or condition.

Usage examples:

Bankruptcy
abbreviation

Cyprus (international vehicle registration).

Cyan

ˈsaɪ.ən

Meanings of Cyan:

noun

A greenish-blue colour which is one of the primary subtractive colours, complementary to red.

Usage examples:

That of a primary colour will be a mixture of the two other primaries: the additive complement of r…
adjective

A primary subtractive color for light

Meanings of Cyanamid:

noun

A weakly acidic crystalline compound made as an intermediate in the production of ammonia.

Usage examples:

Under this scenario, dormancy-breaking chemicals (such as hydrogen cyanamide, hc) enhance budbreak …

Cyanamide

sʌɪˈanəmʌɪd

Meanings of Cyanamide:

noun

A weakly acidic crystalline compound made as an intermediate in the production of ammonia.

Usage examples:

Under this scenario, dormancy-breaking chemicals (such as hydrogen cyanamide, hc) enhance budbreak …

Meanings of Cyanate:

noun

A salt or ester of cyanic acid.

Usage examples:

Makeup salt consists of a precise mixture of sodium and potassium cyanides that are oxidized by aer…

Cyanates

ˈsʌɪəneɪt

Meanings of Cyanates:

noun

A salt or ester of cyanic acid.

Usage examples:

Makeup salt consists of a precise mixture of sodium and potassium cyanides that are oxidized by aer…

Cyanic

sʌɪˈanɪk

Meanings of Cyanic:

adjective

Of cyanogen.

Usage examples:

It is thought that this property is due to the presence of a non-toxic cyanic compound called pruna…

Cyanide

ˈsaɪə.naɪd

Meanings of Cyanide:

noun

A salt or ester of hydrocyanic acid, containing the anion cn− or the group —cn. the salts are generally extremely toxic.

Cyanides

ˈsʌɪənʌɪd

Meanings of Cyanides:

noun

A salt or ester of hydrocyanic acid, containing the anion cn− or the group —cn. the salts are generally extremely toxic.

Cyanite

ˈkʌɪənʌɪt

Meanings of Cyanite:

noun

A blue or green crystalline mineral consisting of aluminium silicate, used in heat-resistant ceramics.

Usage examples:

Outside we saw large tables covered high with specimens of kyanite in quartz.

Meanings of Cyanites:

noun

A blue or green crystalline mineral consisting of aluminium silicate, used in heat-resistant ceramics.

Usage examples:

Outside we saw large tables covered high with specimens of kyanite in quartz.

Meanings of Cyano:

combining form

Representing cyanide.

Relating to the colour blue, especially dark blue.

Usage examples:

Cyanosis

Cyanoacrylate

ˌsʌɪənəʊˈakrɪleɪt

Meanings of Cyanoacrylate:

noun

Any of a class of compounds which are cyanide derivatives of acrylates. they are easily polymerized and are used to make quick-setting adhesives.

Usage examples:

This adhesive is based on cyanoacrylates which spontaneously polymerizes in moist air.

Meanings of Cyanocobalamin:

noun

A vitamin derived from foods of animal origin such as liver, fish, and eggs, a deficiency of which can cause pernicious anaemia. it contains a cyanide group bonded to the central cobalt atom of a cobalamin molecule.

Usage examples:

The b-complex vitamins are actually a group of eight vitamins, which include thiamine, riboflavin, …

Meanings of Cyanocobalamine:

noun

A vitamin derived from foods of animal origin such as liver, fish, and eggs, a deficiency of which can cause pernicious anaemia. it contains a cyanide group bonded to the central cobalt atom of a cobalamin molecule.

Usage examples:

The b-complex vitamins are actually a group of eight vitamins, which include thiamine, riboflavin, …

Cyanogen

sʌɪˈanədʒ(ə)n

Meanings of Cyanogen:

noun

A colourless flammable highly poisonous gas made by oxidizing hydrogen cyanide.

Usage examples:

The spectra that are observed indicate that small molecules, such as cyanide, methane, and cyanogen…

Cyanogenesis

ˌsʌɪənə(ʊ)ˈdʒɛnɪsɪs

Meanings of Cyanogenesis:

noun

The production of hydrogen cyanide by certain plants, such as cherry laurel and bracken, as a response to wounding or a deterrent to herbivores.

Usage examples:

Defoliation by lepidoptera can induce cyanogenesis in some plants resulting in cyanide levels high …

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