[kob-duh n] /ˈkɒb dən/
Richard, 1804–65, English manufacturer, merchant, economist, and statesman.
Richard. 1804–65, British economist and statesman: with John Bright a leader of the successful campaign to abolish the Corn Laws (1846)
[koh-buh-lij-er-uh nt] /ˌkoʊ bəˈlɪdʒ ər ənt/ noun 1. a state or individual that cooperates with, but is not bound by a formal alliance to another in waging war. /ˌkəʊbɪˈlɪdʒərənt/ noun 1. a country fighting in a war on the side of another country
[kohv] /koʊv/ noun 1. a seaport in S Republic of Ireland: port for Cork. /kəʊv/ noun 1. a port in S Republic of Ireland, in SE Co Cork: port of call for Atlantic liners. Pop: 9811 (2002) Former name (1849–1922) Queenstown
[kob-uh m] /ˈkɒb əm/ noun 1. Sir John, . /ˈkɒbəm/ noun 1. Lord Cobham, title of Sir John Oldcastle See Oldcastle
[koh-bee-uh] /ˈkoʊ bi ə/ noun 1. a large, fusiform fish, Rachycentron canadum, found off the eastern coast of temperate and tropical America, in the East Indies, and in Japan. /ˈkəʊbɪə/ noun 1. a large dark-striped percoid game fish, Rachycentron canadum, of tropical and subtropical seas: family Rachycentridae