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Meanings of Cdf:

abbreviation

Congolese franc(s).

Cdr

siːdiːˈɑː

Meanings of Cdr:

abbreviation

(in the navy or air force) commander.

noun

A blank compact disc which can be recorded on once only.

Ce

ˈsɪərɪəm

Meanings of Ce:

abbreviation

Church of england.

noun

The chemical element of atomic number 58, a silvery-white metal. it is the most abundant of the lanthanide elements and is the main component of the alloy misch metal.

The chemical element cerium.

Ceanothus

ˌsiːəˈnəʊθəs

Meanings of Ceanothus:

noun

A north american shrub which is cultivated for its dense clusters of small, typically blue, flowers.

Usage examples:

Plants chosen for drought tolerance as well as color thrive here, including catmint (nepeta ‘blue w…

Cease

siːs

Meanings of Cease:

verb

Come or bring to an end.

Usage examples:

The hostilities ceased and normal life was resumed

Ceased

siːs

Meanings of Ceased:

verb

Come or bring to an end.

Usage examples:

The hostilities ceased and normal life was resumed

Ceasefire

ˈsiːs.faɪər

Meanings of Ceasefire:

noun

An agreement, esp. between two armies, to stop fighting

Ceaseless

ˈsiːs.ləs

Meanings of Ceaseless:

adjective

Constant and unending.

Usage examples:

The fort was subjected to ceaseless bombardment

Ceaselessly

ˈsiːs.ləs.li

Meanings of Ceaselessly:

adverb

Continuously and without end.

Usage examples:

A former policeman who has campaigned ceaselessly on his daughter's behalf

Ceases

siːs

Meanings of Ceases:

verb

Come or bring to an end.

Usage examples:

The hostilities ceased and normal life was resumed

Meanings of Ceasing:

verb

Come or bring to an end.

Usage examples:

The hostilities ceased and normal life was resumed

Cebid

ˈsiːbɪd

Meanings of Cebid:

noun

A primate of a family ( cebidae ) that includes most of the new world monkeys.

Cebids

ˈsiːbɪd

Meanings of Cebids:

noun

A primate of a family ( cebidae ) that includes most of the new world monkeys.

Ceca

ˈsiːkəm

Meanings of Ceca:

noun

A pouch connected to the junction of the small and large intestines.

Usage examples:

The digestive tract was removed from each specimen and dissected it into the upper digestive tract,…

Plural of cecum us

Cecitis

sɪˈkʌɪtɪs

Meanings of Cecitis:

noun

Inflammation of the caecum.

Usage examples:

Saccharomyces boulardii, a nonpathogenic yeast, was found to be effective in preventing clindamycin…

Meanings of Cecropia:

noun

A fast-growing tropical american tree which is typically among the first to colonize a cleared area.

Usage examples:

Carmen made us pause in our conversation to look at the moon, a perfect orange lantern cradled in t…

Meanings of Cecums:

noun

Us spelling of caecum

Cedar

ˈsiːdə

Meanings of Cedar:

noun

Any of a number of conifers that typically yield fragrant, durable timber.

Usage examples:

Conifers are evergreen trees and shrubs that include pines, spruces, firs, arborvitae, junipers, ce…

Cedarn

ˈsiːdən

Meanings of Cedarn:

adjective

Made from or resembling the wood of a cedar tree.

Usage examples:

A cedarn chest

Meanings of Cedars:

noun

Any of a number of conifers that typically yield fragrant, durable timber.

Usage examples:

Conifers are evergreen trees and shrubs that include pines, spruces, firs, arborvitae, junipers, ce…

Cedarwood

ˈsiː.dər

Meanings of Cedarwood:

noun

A tall, wide, evergreen tree, or its wood, which has a sweet smell

Usage examples:

[ u ] a cedar chest

Meanings of Cede-to:

verb

To give control or possession of something, esp. land to someone else, often unwillingly or because forced to do so

Usage examples:

New orleans was ceded to spain in 1763.

Meanings of Ceded:

verb

Give up (power or territory).

Usage examples:

In 1874, the islands were ceded to britain

Cedes

siːd

Meanings of Cedes:

verb

Give up (power or territory).

Usage examples:

In 1874, the islands were ceded to britain

Cedi

ˈsiːdi

Meanings of Cedi:

noun

The basic monetary unit of ghana, equal to 100 pesewas.

Usage examples:

Non-ghanaian nationals pay ten times more than ghanaian nationals: ten thousand cedis (approximatel…

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