a male given name, form of .
[at-kinz] /ˈæt kɪnz/
noun, plural Atkins for 2.
Chester (“Chet”) 1924–2001, U.S. country-and-western singer and musician.
Robert C. 1930–2003, US physician, cardiologist, and nutritionist. An advocate of complementary medicine, he devised a widely-used diet (the Atkins diet) based on controlled intake of carbohydrates for weight management and disease prevention
See Atkins diet
[chet-neek, chet-nik] /tʃɛtˈnik, ˈtʃɛt nɪk/ noun 1. a member of a Serbian nationalist group that fought against the Turks in the early part of the 20th century and carried on guerrilla warfare during World War I and II. /ˈtʃɛtnɪk; tʃɛtˈniːk/ noun 1. a Serbian nationalist belonging to a group that fought against the Turks before […]
[het, hes; Sephardic Hebrew khet; Ashkenazic Hebrew khes] /hɛt, hɛs; Sephardic Hebrew xɛt; Ashkenazic Hebrew xɛs/ noun 1. . [het, hes; Sephardic Hebrew khet; Ashkenazic Hebrew khes] /hɛt, hɛs; Sephardic Hebrew xɛt; Ashkenazic Hebrew xɛs/ noun 1. the eighth letter of the Hebrew alphabet. 2. the sound represented by this letter. /hɛt; Hebrew xɛt/ noun […]
[chee-truh m, che-] /ˈtʃi trəm, ˈtʃɛ-/ noun 1. a coin and monetary unit of Bhutan, the hundredth part of a ngultrum.
[che-too-mahl] /ˌtʃɛ tuˈmɑl/ noun 1. a city in and the capital of Quintana Roo, in SE Mexico. [keen-tah-nah raw-aw] /kinˈtɑ nɑ ˈrɔ ɔ/ noun 1. a sparsely populated state in SE Mexico, on the E Yucatán peninsula. 19,435 sq. mi. (50,335 sq. km). Capital: Chetumal. /Spanish kinˈtana ˈrɔo/ noun 1. a state of SE Mexico, […]