[kog-noh-vit] /kɒgˈnoʊ vɪt/
Law. an acknowledgment or confession by a defendant that the plaintiff’s cause, or part of it, is just, wherefore the defendant, to save expense, permits judgment to be entered without trial.
application, engineering A subsystem of ICES aimed at coordinate geometry problems in civil engineering. [“Engineer’s Guide to ICES COGO I”, R67-46, CE Dept MIT, Aug 1967]. (1995-01-04)
[koh-gohn] /koʊˈgoʊn/ noun 1. a tall, coarse grass, Imperata cylindrica, of the tropics and subtropics, used widely for thatching. /ˈkəʊɡəʊn/ noun 1. any of the coarse tropical grasses of the genus Imperata, esp I. cylindrica and I. exaltata of the Philippines, which are used for thatching
noun 1. a railroad having locomotives with a cogged center driving wheel engaging with a cogged rail, to provide sufficient traction for climbing steeper grades than is possible with ordinary wheels. /ˈkɒɡˌweɪ/ noun 1. (mainly US) other terms for rack railway
Carriage of Goods by Sea Act