[koo z-nits, kooz-] /ˈkʊz nɪts, ˈkuz-/
Simon (Smith) 1901–85, U.S. economist, born in Russia: Nobel Prize 1971.
Simon. 1901–85, US economist born in Russia. His books include National Income and its Composition (1919–1938) (1941) and Economic Growth of Nations (1971). He was awarded the Nobel Prize for economics in 1971
[koo z-netsk; Russian koo-znyetsk] /kʊzˈnɛtsk; Russian kuˈznyɛtsk/ noun 1. a city in the W Russian Federation in Europe.
noun 1. an industrial region in the S Russian Federation in Asia: coal fields. /Russian kuzˈnjɛtsk/ noun 1. a region of S Russia, in the Kemerovo Region of W Siberia: the richest coalfield in the country, with reserves of iron ore. Chief industrial centre: Novokuznetsk. Area: about 69 900 sq km (27 000 sq miles)
1. kilovolt; kilovolts. Music. 1. Köchel-Verzeichnis, the chronological listing of Mozart’s works (used with a number to identify a specific work). abbreviation 1. kilovolt abbreviation 1. Köchel Verzeichnis See K kilovolt
Music. 1. Köchel-Verzeichnis, the chronological listing of Mozart’s works (used with a number to identify a specific work).