[Sephardic Hebrew kahr-pahs; Ashkenazic Hebrew kahr-pahs] /Sephardic Hebrew kɑrˈpɑs; Ashkenazic Hebrew ˈkɑr pɑs/
a piece of parsley, celery, or similar green vegetable that is dipped in salt water and eaten at the Seder meal on Passover.
[kahr-puh-thos; Greek kahr-pah-thaws] /ˈkɑr pəˌθɒs; Greek ˈkɑr pɑˌθɔs/ noun 1. an island off the SE coast of Greece, part of the Dodecanese Islands, in the Aegean Sea. 110 sq. mi. (280 sq. km).
[kahr-er] /ˈkɑr ər/ noun 1. Paul, 1889–1971, Swiss chemist, born in Russia: Nobel Prize 1937. Karrer (kär’ər) Russian-born Swiss chemist who researched the structure of carotene, which led to important discoveries concerning vitamin A. He also described the structures of riboflavin and vitamins E and K. For these achievements, he shared with British chemist Sir […]
[kar-ee] /ˈkær i/ noun 1. an Australian gum tree, Eucalyptus diversicolor. 2. the heavy, tough wood of this tree. /ˈkɑːrɪ/ noun (pl) -ris 1. an Australian eucalyptus tree, Eucalyptus diversifolia 2. the durable wood of this tree, used esp for construction
[kar-ee-tree] /ˈkær iˌtri/ noun 1. .