[kuh n-tey-ner-ship] /kənˈteɪ nərˌʃɪp/
a usually large built to transport containerized cargo.
[kuh n-teyn] /kənˈteɪn/ verb (used with object) 1. to hold or include within its volume or area: This glass contains water. This paddock contains our best horses. 2. to be capable of holding; have capacity for: The room will contain 75 persons safely. 3. to have as or constituent parts; comprise; include. 4. to keep […]
[kuh n-teyn-muh nt] /kənˈteɪn mənt/ noun 1. the act or condition of . 2. an act or policy of restricting the territorial growth or ideological influence of another, especially a hostile nation. 3. (in a nuclear power plant) an enclosure completely surrounding a nuclear reactor, designed to prevent the release of radioactive material in the […]
[kawn-tah-kee-awn; English kuh n-tey-kee-on] /kɔnˈtɑ ki ɔn; English kənˈteɪ kiˌɒn/ noun, plural contakia [kawn-tah-kee-ah; English kuh n-tey-kee-uh] /kɔnˈtɑ ki ɑ; English kənˈteɪ ki ə/ (Show IPA). Greek Orthodox Church. 1. . [kawn-tah-kee-awn; English kuh n-tey-kee-on] /kɔnˈtɑ ki ɔn; English kənˈteɪ kiˌɒn/ noun, plural kontakia [kawn-tah-kee-ah; English kuh n-tey-kee-uh] /kɔnˈtɑ ki ɑ; English kənˈteɪ ki ə/ […]
[verb kuh n-tam-uh-neyt; noun, adjective kuh n-tam-uh-nit, -neyt] /verb kənˈtæm əˌneɪt; noun, adjective kənˈtæm ə nɪt, -ˌneɪt/ verb (used with object), contaminated, contaminating. 1. to make impure or unsuitable by contact or mixture with something unclean, bad, etc.: to contaminate a lake with sewage. 2. to render harmful or unusable by adding radioactive material to: […]