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Cyclopedia

sʌɪklə(ʊ)ˈpiːdɪə

Meanings of Cyclopedia:

noun

An encyclopedia.

Usage examples:

Bailey's cyclopedia of horticulture

Meanings of Cyclopedias:

noun

An encyclopedia.

Usage examples:

Bailey's cyclopedia of horticulture

Cyclopes

ˈsʌɪklɒps

Meanings of Cyclopes:

noun

A member of a race of savage one-eyed giants. in the odyssey, odysseus escaped death by blinding the cyclops polyphemus.

Usage examples:

The one-eyed, savage giant called cyclops remained a mystery, submerged in the myths and imagery of…

Meanings of Cyclophosphamide:

noun

A synthetic cytotoxic drug used in treating leukaemia and lymphoma and as an immunosuppressive agent.

Usage examples:

A combination of two immunosuppressive drugs, cyclophosphamide and fludarabine, was given with the …

Cyclopropane

sʌɪklə(ʊ)ˈprəʊpeɪn

Meanings of Cyclopropane:

noun

A flammable gaseous synthetic compound whose molecule contains a ring of three carbon atoms. it has some use as a general anaesthetic.

Usage examples:

The simplest compound is cyclopropane, but its non-tetrahedral bond angles within the ring severely…

Cyclops

ˈsaɪ.klɒps

Meanings of Cyclops:

noun

A member of a race of savage one-eyed giants. in the odyssey, odysseus escaped death by blinding the cyclops polyphemus.

Usage examples:

The one-eyed, savage giant called cyclops remained a mystery, submerged in the myths and imagery of…

Cyclorama

ˌsʌɪkləˈrɑːmə

Meanings of Cyclorama:

noun

A circular picture of a 360° scene, viewed from inside.

Usage examples:

An obvious refinement in the bloody 19th century was war, and the cyclorama paintings installed at …

Cycloramas

ˌsʌɪkləˈrɑːmə

Meanings of Cycloramas:

noun

A circular picture of a 360° scene, viewed from inside.

Usage examples:

An obvious refinement in the bloody 19th century was war, and the cyclorama paintings installed at …

Cyclostome

ˈsʌɪklə(ʊ)stəʊm

Meanings of Cyclostome:

noun

An eel-like jawless vertebrate with a round sucking mouth, of a former group that included the lampreys and hagfishes.

Usage examples:

Data concerning key evolutionary invertebrate and vertebrate groups, the protochordates, chondricht…

Cyclostomes

ˈsʌɪklə(ʊ)stəʊm

Meanings of Cyclostomes:

noun

An eel-like jawless vertebrate with a round sucking mouth, of a former group that included the lampreys and hagfishes.

Usage examples:

Data concerning key evolutionary invertebrate and vertebrate groups, the protochordates, chondricht…

Meanings of Cyclostyle:

noun

An early device for duplicating handwriting, in which a pen with a small toothed wheel pricks holes in a sheet of waxed paper, which is then used as a stencil.

verb

Duplicate with a cyclostyle.

Usage examples:

They cyclostyled a few hundred copies

Cyclothymia

ˌsʌɪklə(ʊ)ˈθʌɪmɪə

Meanings of Cyclothymia:

noun

A mental state characterized by marked swings of mood between depression and elation; bipolar disorder.

Usage examples:

A person with cyclothymia experiences symptoms of hypomania but never a full-blown hypomanic episode.

Meanings of Cyclotron:

noun

An apparatus in which charged atomic and subatomic particles are accelerated by an alternating electric field while following an outward spiral or circular path in a magnetic field.

Usage examples:

Perhaps the most important improvement has been the replacement of an electrical magnet with a seri…

Cyclotrons

ˈsʌɪklətrɒn

Meanings of Cyclotrons:

noun

An apparatus in which charged atomic and subatomic particles are accelerated by an alternating electric field while following an outward spiral or circular path in a magnetic field.

Usage examples:

Perhaps the most important improvement has been the replacement of an electrical magnet with a seri…

Meanings of Cyder:

noun

Archaic spelling of cider.

Cyders

ˈsʌɪdə

Meanings of Cyders:

noun

An alcoholic drink made from fermented apple juice.

Usage examples:

A bottle of cider

Cygnet

ˈsɪɡ.nət

Meanings of Cygnet:

noun

A young swan.

Usage examples:

After hatching, parents led the cygnets to feeding grounds on lawns surrounding the lake or shallow…

Cygnets

ˈsɪɡnɪt

Meanings of Cygnets:

noun

A young swan.

Usage examples:

After hatching, parents led the cygnets to feeding grounds on lawns surrounding the lake or shallow…

Meanings of Cygnus:

proper noun

A prominent northern constellation (the swan), said to represent a flying swan that was the form adopted by zeus on one occasion. it contains the bright star deneb.

adjective

Used with preceding greek letter or numeral to designate a star in the constellation cygnus.

Usage examples:

The star delta cygni

Cylinder

ˈsɪlɪndə

Meanings of Cylinder:

noun

A solid geometrical figure with straight parallel sides and a circular or oval cross section.

Usage examples:

Narnia uses stencil shadows generated from implicit geometry representations such as cylinders and …

Meanings of Cylinders:

noun

A solid geometrical figure with straight parallel sides and a circular or oval cross section.

Usage examples:

Narnia uses stencil shadows generated from implicit geometry representations such as cylinders and …

Cylindric

sɪˈlɪndrɪk(ə)l

Meanings of Cylindric:

adjective

Having straight parallel sides and a circular or oval cross-section; in the shape or form of a cylinder.

Usage examples:

A cylindrical plastic container

Cylindrical

sɪˈlɪndrɪk(ə)l

Meanings of Cylindrical:

adjective

Having straight parallel sides and a circular or oval cross-section; in the shape or form of a cylinder.

Usage examples:

A cylindrical plastic container

Meanings of Cyma:

noun

A cornice moulding with an s-shaped cross section.

Usage examples:

The building is noted for a beautiful baroque doorway and the heads of the lions in the cymae of th…

Cymae

ˈsʌɪmə

Meanings of Cymae:

noun

A cornice moulding with an s-shaped cross section.

Usage examples:

The building is noted for a beautiful baroque doorway and the heads of the lions in the cymae of th…

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