a sandy peninsula in SE Massachusetts between Cape Cod Bay and the Atlantic Ocean: many resort towns.
a style of cottage developed mainly on Cape Cod, Massachusetts, in the 18th and early 19th centuries, typically a rectangular one- or one-and-a-half story wooden cottage covered by a gable roof and having a central chimney.
Cape. Cape Cod.
a long sandy peninsula in SE Massachusetts, between Cape Cod Bay and the Atlantic
Also called Cape Cod cottage. a one-storey cottage of timber construction with a simple gable roof and a large central chimney: originated on Cape Cod in the 18th century
noun (pl) cod, cods
any of the gadoid food fishes of the genus Gadus, esp G. morhua (or G. callarias), which occurs in the North Atlantic and has a long body with three rounded dorsal fins: family Gadidae. They are also a source of cod-liver oil
any other fish of the family Gadidae See gadid
(Austral) any of various unrelated Australian fish, such as the Murray cod
(Brit & US, dialect) a pod or husk
an obsolete word for scrotum
(obsolete) a bag or envelope
verb (transitive) cods, codding, codded
(Brit & Irish, slang) to make fun of; tease
(Brit & Irish, slang) to play a trick on; fool
(Brit & Irish, slang) a hoax or trick
(Irish, slang) a fraud; hoaxer: he’s an old cod
(Brit, slang) mock; sham: cod Latin
(Northern English, dialect) a fellow; chap: he’s a nice old cod
Cape Cod, See Cape Cod
cash on delivery
(in the US) collect on delivery
cash on delivery
cause of death
chemical oxygen demand
collect on delivery
Concise Oxford Dictionary
a part of Massachusetts Bay, enclosed by the Cape Cod peninsula.
a canal in SE Massachusetts, connecting Buzzards Bay and Cape Cod Bay. 8 miles (13 km) long.
a device for lighting a fire, as in a fireplace, consisting of a lump of nonflammable material on a metal rod, that is soaked in kerosene or the like and lighted with a match.
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