There are 3 main definitions of kent in English:

kent1

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Pronunciation: /kɛnt
 
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Past and past participle of ken.

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There are 3 main definitions of kent in English:

Kent2

Line breaks: Kent
Pronunciation: /kɛnt
 
/

Origin

from Latin Cantium, of Celtic origin.

Derivatives

Kentish

adjective
More example sentences
  • Not one, not two, but 2,300 varieties of Britain's favourite fruit grow here, all deliciously arranged across acres of russety Kentish downland.
  • At yesterday's event, late-grown English strawberries, farm-pressed apple juice and sweet Kentish cobnuts were available.
  • For, although born in Paris, Sisley was an Englishman, descended from a family of Kentish smugglers, and here was a rare chance to visit the country of his ancestors.

Definition of kent in:

There are 3 main definitions of kent in English:

Kent3

Syllabification: Kent

Entry from US English dictionary

1A city in northeastern Ohio, home to Kent State University; population 27,983 (est. 2008).
2A city in western Washington, on the Naches River, a southern suburb of Seattle; population 83,978 (est. 2008).

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