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Catheads

ˈkathɛd

Meanings of Catheads:

noun

A horizontal beam extending from each side of a ship's bow, used for raising and carrying an anchor.

Usage examples:

The best he could find was a place near the anchor's chains on the forecastle, near the cathead the…

Cathedra

ˌeks kəˈθiː.drə

Meanings of Cathedra:

adjective

With complete authority, or said by the pope to be true and so accepted by all members of the roman catholic church

Cathedrals

kəˈθiːdr(ə)l

Meanings of Cathedrals:

noun

The principal church of a diocese, with which the bishop is officially associated.

Usage examples:

St paul's cathedral

Meanings of Catherine:

noun

A round firework that is attached to a stick and that spins around

Catheter

ˈkaθətə

Meanings of Catheter:

noun

A flexible tube inserted through a narrow opening into a body cavity, particularly the bladder, for removing fluid.

Usage examples:

A urinary catheter

Catheterisation

ˌkaθətərʌɪˈzeɪʃ(ə)n

Meanings of Catheterisation:

noun

The action or process of inserting a catheter into a body cavity.

Usage examples:

Men were more likely to receive earlier catheterization than women

Catheterise

ˈkaθətərʌɪz

Meanings of Catheterise:

verb

Insert a catheter into (a body cavity).

Usage examples:

The renal vein was not catheterized

Catheterised

ˈkaθətərʌɪz

Meanings of Catheterised:

verb

Insert a catheter into (a body cavity).

Usage examples:

The renal vein was not catheterized

Catheterising

ˈkaθətərʌɪz

Meanings of Catheterising:

verb

Insert a catheter into (a body cavity).

Usage examples:

The renal vein was not catheterized

Catheterization

ˌkaθətərʌɪˈzeɪʃ(ə)n

Meanings of Catheterization:

noun

The action or process of inserting a catheter into a body cavity.

Usage examples:

Men were more likely to receive earlier catheterization than women

Catheterize

ˈkæθ.ə.tə.raɪz

Meanings of Catheterize:

verb

Insert a catheter into (a body cavity).

Usage examples:

The renal vein was not catheterized

Meanings of Catheterized:

verb

Insert a catheter into (a body cavity).

Usage examples:

The renal vein was not catheterized

Meanings of Catheterizes:

verb

Insert a catheter into (a body cavity).

Usage examples:

The renal vein was not catheterized

Catheters

ˈkaθətə

Meanings of Catheters:

noun

A flexible tube inserted through a narrow opening into a body cavity, particularly the bladder, for removing fluid.

Usage examples:

A urinary catheter

Cathetometer

ˌkaθɪˈtɒmɪtə

Meanings of Cathetometer:

noun

A telescope mounted on a graduated scale, used for accurate measurement of small vertical distances.

Usage examples:

The vertical drops can be determined with a cathetometer even when someone else is gathering data w…

Cathode

ˈkaθəʊd

Meanings of Cathode:

noun

The negatively charged electrode by which electrons enter an electrical device.

Usage examples:

Oxygen enters at the cathode, where it combines with electrons and is split into ions that travel t…

Cathode-ray-tube

ˌkæθ.əʊd ˈreɪ tjuːb

Meanings of Cathode-ray-tube:

noun

A tube-shaped part in a television or computer screen, inside which a flow of electrons (= small pieces of an atom) is produced to create the images or text

Cathodes

ˈkaθəʊd

Meanings of Cathodes:

noun

The negatively charged electrode by which electrons enter an electrical device.

Usage examples:

Oxygen enters at the cathode, where it combines with electrons and is split into ions that travel t…

Cathodoluminescence

ˌkaθədə(ʊ)ˌluːmɪˈnɛs(ə)ns

Meanings of Cathodoluminescence:

noun

Luminescence excited by the impact of an electron beam.

Usage examples:

Internal textures were imaged using backscattered electrons and cathodoluminescence.

Meanings of Cathodoluminescent:

noun

Luminescence excited by the impact of an electron beam.

Usage examples:

Internal textures were imaged using backscattered electrons and cathodoluminescence.

Catholic

ˈkaθ(ə)lɪk

Meanings of Catholic:

adjective

Including a wide variety of things; all-embracing.

Usage examples:

Her tastes are pretty catholic
noun

A member of the roman catholic church.

Usage examples:

Under the law of the church, remarried catholics are prohibited from communion.

Catholicise

kəˈθɒlɪsʌɪz

Meanings of Catholicise:

verb

Make roman catholic; convert to catholicism.

Usage examples:

The intention was to catholicize hungary after the turkish occupation

Catholicised

kəˈθɒlɪsʌɪz

Meanings of Catholicised:

verb

Make roman catholic; convert to catholicism.

Usage examples:

The intention was to catholicize hungary after the turkish occupation

Meanings of Catholicising:

verb

Make roman catholic; convert to catholicism.

Usage examples:

The intention was to catholicize hungary after the turkish occupation

Meanings of Catholicism:

noun

The faith, practice, and church order of the roman catholic church.

Usage examples:

In high school, he abandoned his parents' hindu faith and converted to catholicism.

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