[kuhv-erd dish] /ˈkʌv ərd ˌdɪʃ/
a meal to which guests contribute food, as casseroles.
noun 1. a large wagon with a high, bonnetlike canvas top, especially such a wagon used by pioneers to transport themselves and their possessions across the North American plains during the westward migrations in the 19th century. 2. British Railroads. a boxcar. noun 1. (US & Canadian) a large wagon with an arched canvas top, […]
- Cover for
1. Also, cover up for. Conceal a wrongdoing or wrongdoer, as in Bill was supposed to be on duty but went to a ballgame and Alan agreed to cover for him or I covered up for my friend when her mother called to find out where she was. [ 1960s ] Also see: cover up, […]
noun 1. a thin, round or square piece of glass used to cover an object mounted on a slide for microscopic observation. noun 1. a thin square of mounted glass used to protect a photographic slide
noun 1. an attractive young woman whose picture is featured on a magazine cover. noun 1. a girl, esp a glamorous one, whose picture appears on the cover of a newspaper or magazine modifier : It doesn’t seem fair that their cover-girl looks should obscure the vast athletic skills displayed between the lines noun phrase […]