[kawr-dahyt] /ˈkɔr daɪt/
a smokeless, slow-burning powder composed of 30 to 58 percent nitroglycerin, 37 to 65 percent cellulose nitrate, and 5 to 6 percent mineral jelly.
any of various explosive materials used for propelling bullets, shells, etc, containing cellulose nitrate, sometimes mixed with nitroglycerine, plasticizers, and stabilizers
smokeless explosive, 1889, from cord + -ite (2); so called for its “curiously string-like appearance” in the words of a newspaper of the day.
An explosive powder consisting of nitrocellulose, nitroglycerin, and petroleum jelly, used as a propellant for guns. It does not generate smoke and is shaped into cords.
[kawrd-lis] /ˈkɔrd lɪs/ adjective 1. lacking a . 2. (of an electrical appliance) requiring no wire leading to an external source of electricity because of a self-contained, often rechargeable, power supply; battery-powered. /ˈkɔːdlɪs/ adjective 1. (of an electrical device) operated by an internal battery so that no connection to mains supply or other apparatus is […]
- Cordless telephone
noun 1. a portable battery-powered telephone with a short-range radio link to a fixed base unit
[kawrd] /kɔrd/ noun 1. a string or thin rope made of several strands braided, twisted, or woven together. 2. Electricity. a small, flexible, insulated cable. 3. a ribbed fabric, especially corduroy. 4. a cordlike rib on the surface of cloth. 5. any influence that binds or restrains: cord of marriage. 6. Anatomy. a cordlike structure: […]
cordo- or cord- or chordo- or chord- pref. Cord: cordopexy.