[koh-nuh-pah-tee] /ˌkoʊ nəˈpɑ ti/
- Cone penetration test
noun 1. a method of testing soils by pressing a cone of standard dimensions into the soil under a known load and measuring the penetration
noun 1. a tropical, woody pepper plant, Capsicum annuum conoides, having upright, cone-shaped, very pungent fruit of red, yellow, or purple. 2. the fruit itself.
noun 1. any dwarf succulent of the genus Conophytum, native to southern Africa.
noun 1. (on a lathe) a pulley consisting of a conelike arrangement of graduated, concentric pulleys for driving the headstock at different speeds.