[aw-rang, oh-rang] /ɔˈræŋ, oʊˈræŋ/
short for orang-utan
[awr-inj, or-] /ˈɔr ɪndʒ, ˈɒr-/ noun 1. a globose, reddish-yellow, bitter or sweet, edible citrus fruit. 2. any white-flowered, evergreen citrus trees of the genus Citrus, bearing this fruit, as C. aurantium (bitter orange, Seville orange, or sour orange) and C. sinensis (sweet orange) cultivated in warm countries. 3. any of several other citrus trees, […]
[awr-inj-eyd, -in-jeyd, or-] /ˌɔr ɪndʒˈeɪd, -ɪnˈdʒeɪd, ˌɒr-/ noun 1. a beverage consisting of juice, sweetener, and water, sometimes carbonated. /ˌɒrɪndʒˈeɪd/ noun 1. an effervescent or still orange-flavoured drink n. from French, from orange + ending from lemonade.
noun 1. the white flower of an orange tree, especially of the genus Citrus, much used in wreaths, bridal bouquets, etc.: the state flower of Florida. 2. a cocktail made of gin, orange juice, and sugar, shaken together with ice. noun 1. the flowers of the orange tree, traditionally worn by brides
- Orange book
security, standard A standard from the US Government National Computer Security Council (an arm of the U.S. National Security Agency), “Trusted Computer System Evaluation Criteria, DOD standard 5200.28-STD, December 1985” which defines criteria for trusted computer products. There are four levels, A, B, C, and D. Each level adds more features and requirements. D is […]