a dipterous fly, Erioischia brassicae, whose larvae feed on the roots and stems of cabbages and other brassicas: family Muscidae (houseflies, etc)
any of several palms, especially those of the genus Euterpe, having terminal leaf buds that are eaten as a vegetable or in salads. cabbage tree (def 2). Historical Examples In the Wilds of Florida W.H.G. Kingston Under the Southern Cross Maturin M. Ballou Journal of an Overland Expedition in Australia Ludwig Leichhardt The Inca Emerald […]
(of a television or VCR) able to receive cable television directly, without the need for special reception or decoding equipment.
a device consisting of a flexible wire that is pressed at one end to trip a shutter mechanism on a camera. noun a short length of flexible cable, used to operate the shutter of a camera without shaking it
a railway on which the cars are pulled by a moving cable under the roadway. noun a railway on which individual cars are drawn along by a strong cable or metal chain operated by a stationary motor