Co



Symbol, Chemistry.
1.
.
1.
Colorado (approved especially for use with zip code).
2.
Commanding Officer.
3.
conscientious objector.
1.
variant of before a vowel, h, and gn: coadjutor; cohabit; cognate . The prefix co-, now productively forms new words from bases beginning with any sound (co-conspirator; co-manage; coseismic), sometimes with the derived sense “auxiliary, subsidiary” (coenzyme; copilot), and, in mathematics and astronomy, with the sense “complement” (codeclination).
1.
.
2.
.
1.
cash order.
2.
certificate of origin.
1.
care of.
2.
Bookkeeping. carried over.
1.
care of.
2.
Bookkeeping. carried over.
3.
cash order.
1.
cash order.
2.
Commanding Officer.
3.
conscientious objector.
4.
correction officer.
1.
care of.
2.
carried over.
abbreviation
1.
a commercial company (used with a country domain name)
2.
Colombia
Chemical symbol
1.
cobalt
abbreviation
1.
County
abbreviation
1.
(esp in names of business organizations) Company
2.
(informal) and co (kəʊ). and the rest of them: Harold and co
abbreviation
1.
Commanding Officer
2.
Commonwealth Office
3.
conscientious objector
4.
Colorado
5.
Colombia (international car registration)
prefix
1.
together; joint or jointly; mutual or mutually: coproduction
2.
indicating partnership or equality: cofounder, copilot
3.
to the same or a similar degree: coextend
4.
(in mathematics and astronomy) of the complement of an angle: cosecant, codeclination
abbreviation
1.
care of
2.
(accounting) carried over

in Latin, the form of com- in compounds with stems beginning in vowels and h- and gn- (see com-). Taken in English from 17c. as a living prefix meaning “together, mutually, in common,” and used promiscuously with native words and Latin-derived words not beginning with vowels, sometimes even with words already having it (e.g. co-conspiritor).

addressing abbreviation for care of; “common” by 1889.

abbreviation of company, attested by 1670s.

Co
The symbol for the element cobalt.

co- pref.

Co
The symbol for cobalt.
cobalt
(kō’bôlt’)
Symbol Co
A silvery-white, hard, brittle metallic element that occurs widely in metal ores. It is used to make magnetic alloys, heat-resistant alloys, and blue pigment for ceramics and glass. Atomic number 27; atomic weight 58.9332; melting point 1,495°C; boiling point 2,900°C; specific gravity 8.9; valence 2, 3. See Periodic Table.

networking
The country code for Colombia.
(1999-01-27)
Corsican
1.
cobalt
2.
Corinthians
1.
carbon monoxide
2.
cardiac output
3.
cash order
4.
Colorado
5.
Colombia (international vehicle ID)
6.
commanding officer
7.
conscientious objector
8.
cutoff
9.
cut out
1.
company
2.
county
1.
company
2.
county
carried over
common orders
1.
care of
2.
carry over
3.
complains of
1.
cash order
2.
certificate of origin

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