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crypto US English

short for cryptography.

crypto- US English

Concealed; secret

cryptos in crypto US English

A person having a secret allegiance to a political creed, especially communism

crypto-dynamic US English

Mechanics. Designating an enclosed two-speed epicyclic gear originally designed for use on bicycles. Compare crypto. Now historical and rare.

crypto-Calvinism US English

Secret or concealed Calvinism, especially as practised by Lutherans in 16th-cent. Germany; Philippism.

crypto-Calvinist US English

In 16th-cent. Germany: a Lutheran who secretly adheres to Calvinist principles; a Philippist, a Melanchthonian. Also more generally: any secret adherent of Calvinism.

crypto-Calvinistic US English

Of or relating to crypto-Calvinism or crypto-Calvinists; secretly Calvinist.

cryptocurrency US English

A digital currency in which encryption techniques are used to regulate the generation of units of currency and verify the transfer of funds, operating independently of a central bank

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