[koh-ak-see-uh l] /koʊˈæk si əl/
[koh-ak-suh l] /koʊˈæk səl/ (Show IPA). having a common axis or coincident axes.
(of a loudspeaker) having two or more cones with their centers mounted on the same axis.
having or being mounted on a common axis
(geometry) (of a set of circles) having all the centres on a straight line
(electronics) formed from, using, or connected to a coaxial cable
“having a common axis,” 1904, as a term in mathematics; coaxial cable is 1934. See co- + axial.
- Cock-and-bull story
[kok-uh n-boo l] /ˈkɒk ənˈbʊl/ noun 1. an absurd, improbable story presented as the truth: Don’t ask him about his ancestry unless you want to hear a cock-and-bull story. noun 1. (informal) an obviously improbable story, esp a boastful one or one used as an excuse A story that is false: “When John came home […]
[kok-uh-too, kok-uh-too] /ˈkɒk əˌtu, ˌkɒk əˈtu/ noun, plural cockatoos. 1. any of numerous large, noisy, crested parrots of the genera Cacatua, Callocephalon, Calyptorhynchus, etc., of the Australasian region, having chiefly white plumage tinged with yellow, pink, or red: popular as a pet. 2. Australian. /ˌkɒkəˈtuː; ˈkɒkəˌtuː/ noun (pl) -toos 1. any of various parrots of […]
[kok-uh-tris] /ˈkɒk ə trɪs/ noun 1. a legendary monster with a deadly glance, supposedly hatched by a serpent from the egg of a cock, and commonly represented with the head, legs, and wings of a cock and the body and tail of a serpent. Compare (def 1). 2. a venomous serpent. Isa. 11:8. /ˈkɒkətrɪs; -ˌtraɪs/ […]
[ko-keyn] /kɒˈkeɪn/ noun 1. . [ko-keyn] /kɒˈkeɪn/ noun 1. a fabled land of luxury and idleness. /kɒˈkeɪn/ noun 1. a variant spelling of Cockaigne /kɒˈkeɪn/ noun 1. (medieval legend) an imaginary land of luxury and idleness n. c.1300, from Old French Cocaigne (12c.) “lubberland,” imaginary country, abode of luxury and idleness. Of obscure origin, speculation […]