[French kawn-koor; English kong-koo r] /French kɔ̃ˈkur; English kɒŋˈkʊər/
noun, plural concours
[French kawn-koor; English kong-koo rz] /French kɔ̃ˈkur; English kɒŋˈkʊərz/ (Show IPA)
a public contest or competition.
from French concours (16c.) “assemblage of things brought together,” also “contest” (see concourse). Usually in English in phrase concours d’elegance.
[kon-kawrs, -kohrs, kong-] /ˈkɒn kɔrs, -koʊrs, ˈkɒŋ-/ noun 1. an assemblage; gathering: a concourse of people. 2. a driveway or promenade, especially in a park. 3. a boulevard or other broad thoroughfare. 4. a large open space for accommodating crowds, as in a railroad station. 5. an area or grounds for racing, athletic sports, etc. […]
[kon-kres-uh ns] /kɒnˈkrɛs əns/ noun, Biology. 1. a growing together, as of tissue or embryonic parts; coalescence. /kənˈkrɛsəns/ noun 1. (biology) a growing together of initially separate parts or organs concrescence con·cres·cence (kən-krěs’əns) n. The growing together of separate parts. Also called coalescence.
- Concrete class
programming In object-oriented programming, a class suitable to be instantiated, as opposed to an abstract class. (1995-05-01)
[kon-kreet, kong-, kon-kreet, kong- for 1–10, 13–15; kon-kreet, kong- for 11, 12] /ˈkɒn krit, ˈkɒŋ-, kɒnˈkrit, kɒŋ- for 1–10, 13–15; kɒnˈkrit, kɒŋ- for 11, 12/ adjective 1. constituting an actual thing or instance; real: a concrete proof of his sincerity. 2. pertaining to or concerned with realities or actual instances rather than abstractions; particular (opposed […]
- Concrete data structure
(CDS) A model of programming language terms developed in the context of constructing fully abstract semantics for sequential languages. A CDS is a 4-tuple (C,V,E,|-) where C is a cell, V is a value, E is an event and |- is an “enabling relation”. An event is a cell and a value. A cell C […]