[kaz-uh m] /ˈkæz əm/
a yawning fissure or deep cleft in the earth’s surface; gorge.
a breach or wide fissure in a wall or other structure.
a marked interruption of continuity; gap:
a chasm in time.
a sundering breach in relations, as a divergence of opinions, beliefs, etc., between persons or groups.
a deep cleft in the ground; abyss
a break in continuity; gap
a wide difference in interests, feelings, etc
1590s, “deep crack in the earth,” from Latin chasma, from Greek khasma “yawning hollow, gulf,” related to khaskein “to yawn,” and thus to chaos. In English in 17c. often spelled chasma. Figurative use from 1640s. Related: Chasmal; chasmic.
[kaz-mog-uh-muh s] /kæzˈmɒg ə məs/ adjective, Botany. 1. pertaining to or having pollination occur in a fully opened flower.
[kaz-mog-uh-muh s] /kæzˈmɒg ə məs/ adjective, Botany. 1. pertaining to or having pollination occur in a fully opened flower. /kæzˈmɒɡəmɪ/ noun 1. (botany) the production of flowers that open, so as to expose the reproductive organs and allow cross-pollination Compare cleistogamy
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[sha-sey or, esp. in square dancing, sa-shey] /ʃæˈseɪ or, esp. in square dancing, sæˈʃeɪ/ Dance. noun 1. a gliding step in which one foot is kept in advance of the other. verb (used without object), chasséd, chasséing. 2. to execute a chassé. /ˈʃæseɪ/ noun 1. one of a series of gliding steps in ballet in […]