[ches-ter] /ˈtʃɛs tər/
a city in , in NW England: only English city with the Roman walls still intact.
a city in SE Pennsylvania.
former name of (def 1).
a male given name: from a Latin word meaning “camp.”.
a city in NW England, administrative centre of the unitary authority of Cheshire West and Chester, on the River Dee: intact surrounding walls; 16th- and 17th-century double-tier shops. Pop: 80 121 (2001) Latin name Deva
Cestre (1086), from Old English Legacæstir (735) “City of the Legions,” from Old English ceaster “Roman town or city,” from Latin castrum “fortified place” (see castle (n.)). It was the base of the Second Legion Adiutrix in the 70s C.E. and later the 20th Legion Valeria Victrix. But the town’s name in Roman times was Deoua (c.150 C.E.), from its situation on the River Dee, a Celtic river name meaning “the goddess, the holy one.”
[ches-ter-bed] /ˈtʃɛs tərˌbɛd/ noun, Chiefly Canadian. 1. a sofa or that opens into a .
[ches-ter-feeld] /ˈtʃɛs tərˌfild/ noun 1. (sometimes initial capital letter) a single- or double-breasted topcoat or overcoat with a fly front and a narrow velvet collar. 2. a large, overstuffed sofa or divan with a back and upholstered arms. 3. Chiefly Canadian. any large sofa or couch. [ches-ter-feeld] /ˈtʃɛs tərˌfild/ noun 1. Philip Dormer Stanhope [dawr-mer […]
[ches-ter-tuh n] /ˈtʃɛs tər tən/ noun 1. G(ilbert) K(eith) 1874–1936, English essayist, critic, and novelist. /ˈtʃɛstətən/ noun 1. G(ilbert) K(eith). 1874–1936, English essayist, novelist, poet, and critic
[ches-ter-feel-dee-uh n] /ˌtʃɛs tərˈfil di ən/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or like the 4th Earl of Chesterfield or his writings; elegant; urbane; suave. /ˌtʃɛstəˈfiːldɪən/ adjective 1. of or like Lord Chesterfield; suave; elegant; polished