cord

  • 1 Cord L-29 — von 1929 Cord 810 von 1936 im Tallahassee Automobile Museum …

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  • 2 Cord — may refer to: String or rope Cord (sewing), a trimming made of multiple strands of yarn twisted together The spinal cord Cord Automobile, a former American car marque founded by Errett Lobban Cord The cord (volume), used to measure firewood In… …

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  • 3 Cord L-29 — Constructeur Cord Automobile …

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  • 4 Cord — Automobile Cord Automobile Création 1929 Disparition 1941 …

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  • 5 Cord — bezeichnet: Cord (Gewebe), ein samtartiges Textilgewebe mit Längsrippen Cord (Vorname), einen männlichen Vornamen Cord Corporation, eine ehemalige amerikanische Holdinggesellschaft mit Automobil und Motorenherstellern Cord (Automarke), eine… …

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  • 6 Cord of 3 — is an American Christian rock band, originally formed in Bowling Green, KY. The band consists of Randall Erskine (lead vocalist, rhythm guitar), Robbie Bennett (lead guitar), Evan Butler(bass guitar), and Tim Miller (drummer). Cord of 3 released… …

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  • 7 cord — [kôrd] n. [ME & OFr corde < L chorda < Gr chordē, catgut, chord, cord < IE base * gher , intestine > YARN] 1. a thick string or thin rope 2. any force acting as a tie or bond 3. [from use of a cord in measuring] a measure of wood cut… …

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  • 8 Cord — (k[^o]rd), n. [F. corde, L. chorda catgut, chord, cord, fr. Gr. chordh ; cf. chola des intestines, L. haruspex soothsayer (inspector of entrails), Icel. g[ o]rn, pl. garnir gut, and E. yarn. Cf. {Chord}, {Yarn}.] 1. A string, or small rope,… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 9 Cord — (k[^o]rd), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Corded}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Cording}.] 1. To bind with a cord; to fasten with cords; to connect with cords; to ornament or finish with a cord or cords, as a garment. [1913 Webster] 2. To arrange (wood, etc.) in a… …

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  • 10 cord — [ kɔrd ] noun * 1. ) count an electrical wire that connects a machine to the main supply of electricity 2. ) count or uncount strong thick string: a length of cord Tie it with a nylon cord. a ) gold string that is used as decoration on uniforms… …

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  • 11 cord — ► NOUN 1) long thin string or rope made from several twisted strands. 2) a length of cord. 3) an anatomical structure resembling a cord (e.g. the spinal cord). 4) an electric flex. 5) corduroy. 6) (cords) corduroy trousers …

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  • 12 cord — c.1300, from O.Fr. corde rope, string, twist, cord, from L. chorda string of a musical instrument, cat gut, from Gk. khorde string, catgut, chord, cord, from PIE root *ghere intestine (see YARN (Cf. yarn)). As a measure of wood (eight feet long,… …

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  • 13 cord|ed — «KR dihd», adjective. 1. having ridges on it; ribbed: »Corduroy is a corded cloth. 2. resembling cord; pulled tight; stringy: »corded muscles. 3. fastened with a cord; bound with cords: »corded bundles of newspaper. 4. made of co …

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  • 14 cord|y — «KR dee», adjective. of or like cord …

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  • 15 CORD — may refer to:* COPD, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease * Congress on Research in Dance, a professional society for dance research * Christian Outreach for Relief Development, humanitarian organization, based in UK …

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  • 16 Cord. — Cord., Abkürzung für Chordenlinie …

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  • 17 Cord — (»Klafter«), engl. Brennholzmaß, 14 Fuß lang bei 3 Fuß Breite und Höhe, = 3,568 cbm, oder 8 bei 4 Fuß = 3,624 cbm; letzteres Maß ist in Nordamerika gebräuchlich …

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  • 18 Cord — (Klafter), Körpermaß für Brennholz in England, das 8 Fuß breit, 4 Fuß tief und 4 Fuß hoch ist, also 128 Kubikfuß oder 3,6245 cbm mißt. Plato …

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  • 19 Cord — [k...] vgl. ↑Kord …

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  • 20 Cord — In needle made lace the fancy thick stitches that form the centres of flowers and sprays are surrounded with a raised rim closely button holed. Also called cordonet …

    Dictionary of the English textile terms


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