a branch of the U.S. Army responsible for military and many civil engineering projects.
[kawr-pyuh-luh ns] /ˈkɔr pyə ləns/ noun 1. bulkiness or largeness of body; fatness; portliness. n. late 15c. “body size” (either large or small, with adjective), from Old French corpulence (14c.) “corpulence; physical size, build,” from Latin corpulentia “grossness of body,” noun of quality from corpulentus (see corpulent). Restriction to “bulkiness, obesity” began late 16c. Related: […]
[kawr-pyuh-luh nt] /ˈkɔr pyə lənt/ adjective 1. large or bulky of body; portly; stout; fat. /ˈkɔːpjʊlənt/ adjective 1. physically bulky; fat adj. late 14c., from Old French corpulent “stout, fat,” from Latin corpulentus “fleshy, fat,” from corpus “body” (see corporeal) + -ulentus “full of.” Leigh Hunt was sent to prison for two years for calling […]
[kawr poo l-muh-nal-ee, -ney-lee, -nah-, puhl-] /ˈkɔr ˌpʊl məˈnæl i, -ˈneɪ li, -ˈnɑ-, ˌpʌl-/ noun, plural cordia pulmonalia [kawr-dee-uh poo l-muh-nal-ee-uh, -ney-lee-uh, -nah-, puhl-] /ˈkɔr di ə ˌpʊl məˈnæl i ə, -ˈneɪ li ə, -ˈnɑ-, ˌpʌl-/ (Show IPA). Pathology. 1. a heart condition resulting from disease of the lungs or of their blood vessels. /kɔː […]
[kawr-puh s] /ˈkɔr pəs/ noun, plural corpora [kawr-per-uh] /ˈkɔr pər ə/ (Show IPA). or, sometimes, corpuses. 1. a large or complete collection of writings: the entire corpus of Old English poetry. 2. the body of a person or animal, especially when dead. 3. Anatomy. a body, mass, or part having a special character or function. […]