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Corn-cob n. Cylindrical centre of a maize ear on which the grains grow.Corn dolly n. Figure of plaited straw. مترجم هندی Corned adj. (esp. Of beef) preserved in salt or brine. [from *corn1]Chorale n. 1 simple stately hymn tune; harmonized form of this. 2 esp. Us choir. [german: related to *choral]Corner �n. 1 place where converging sides or edges meet. 2 projecting angle, esp. Where two streets meet. 3 internal space or recess formed by the meeting of two sides, esp. Of a room. 4 difficult position, esp. One with no escape. 5 secluded place. 6 region or quarter, esp. A remote one. 7 action or result of buying or controlling the whole stock of a commodity. 8 boxing & wrestling corner of the ring where a contestant rests between rounds. 9 football & hockey free kick or hit from the corner of a pitch. �v. 1 force into a difficult or inescapable position. 2 establish a corner in (a commodity). 3 (esp. Of or in a vehicle) go round a corner. [latin: related to *corn2]Chord2 n. 1 straight line joining the ends of an arc or curve. 2 poet. String of a harp etc.  strike a chord elicit sympathy. [var. Of *cord]Chopsuey n. (pl. -s) chinese-style dish of meat fried with vegetables and rice. [chinese, = mixed bits]Corn dolly n. Figure of plaited straw.Chorale n. 1 simple stately hymn tune; harmonized form of this. 2 esp. Us choir. [german: related to *choral]Corner �n. 1 place where converging sides or edges meet. 2 projecting angle, esp. Where two streets meet. 3 internal space or recess formed by the meeting of two sides, esp. Of a room. 4 difficult position, esp. One with no escape. 5 secluded place. 6 region or quarter, esp. A remote one. 7 action or result of buying or controlling the whole stock of a commodity. 8 boxing & wrestling corner of the ring where a contestant rests between rounds. 9 football & hockey free kick or hit from the corner of a pitch. �v. 1 force into a difficult or inescapable position. 2 establish a corner in (a commodity). 3 (esp. Of or in a vehicle) go round a corner. [latin: related to *corn2]




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