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core US English

The tough central part of various fruits, containing the seeds

CORE US English

Congress of Racial Equality

-core US English

(Used as the second element of various compounds) denoting types of rock or dance music that have an aggressive presentation

core US Thesaurus

the earth's core

CORE New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

Congress of Racial Equality

to the core US English

To the depths of one’s being

core dump US English

A dump of the contents of main memory, carried out typically as an aid to debugging

core time US English

The central part of the working day in a flexitime system, when an employee must be present

hard core US English

The most active, committed, or doctrinaire members of a group or movement

hard-core US Thesaurus

hard-core fans of the sport

apple core US English

The tough central part of an apple, containing the seeds

core asset US English

An asset of an enterprise considered to be essential to its success

core value US English

A principle or belief that a person or organization views as being of central importance

core workout US English

An exercise session that strengthens the muscles of the torso, especially the lower back and abdominal area

core competency US English

A defining capability or advantage that distinguishes an enterprise from its competitors

core stability US English

The capacity of the muscles of the torso to assist in the maintenance of good posture, balance, etc., especially during movement

to the core in core US English

To the depths of one’s being

emo US English

A style of rock music resembling punk but having more complex arrangements and lyrics that deal with more emotional subjects

soft-core in soft US English

(Of pornography) suggestive or erotic but not explicit

loungecore US English

Songs from the 1960s and 1970s, including easy listening music, orchestral versions of rock songs, and television or movie theme songs

multicore US English

(Especially of an electric cable) containing multiple cores

noisecore US English

A type of rock music derived from hardcore punk, characterized by the use of loud distorted guitar and feedback