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c British & World English

(On scorecards) caught by

C1 British & World English

The third letter of the alphabet

C New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

3rd letter of the alphabet

c in C1 British & World English

The third letter of the alphabet

C in C1 British & World English

The first note of the diatonic scale of C major, the major scale having no sharps or flats

C in capacitance British & World English

The ratio of the change in an electric charge in a system to the corresponding change in its electric potential

carbon British & World English

The chemical element of atomic number 6, a non-metal which has two main forms (diamond and graphite) and which also occurs in impure form in charcoal, soot, and coal

C in carbon British & World English

The chemical element of atomic number 6, a non-metal which has two main forms (diamond and graphite) and which also occurs in impure form in charcoal, soot, and coal

Celsius British & World English

Of or denoting a scale of temperature on which water freezes at 0° and boils at 100° under standard conditions

C in Celsius British & World English

Of or denoting a scale of temperature on which water freezes at 0° and boils at 100° under standard conditions

class A drug British & World English

An illegal narcotic drug classified as being of the most harmful and addictive (or a less harmful and addictive) kind, possession or sale of which incurs corresponding legal penalties

coulomb British & World English

The SI unit of electric charge, equal to the quantity of electricity conveyed in one second by a current of one ampere

C in coulomb British & World English

The SI unit of electric charge, equal to the quantity of electricity conveyed in one second by a current of one ampere

hundred British & World English

The number equivalent to the product of ten and ten; ten more than ninety; 100

carbon New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

chemical element of atomic number 6

cent New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

monetary unit equal to one hundredth of a dollar or other decimal currency

indefensible New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

not justifiable or able to be protected

c. in c British & World English

Century or centuries

circa New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(with dates) approximately

Command Paper New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

document laid before Parliament by order of the Crown

C in church New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

capital in the names of institutions, e.g. the Church of England; abbreviation C or ch.

C in city New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

use the City for London's financial area; abbreviation in name of sports clubs C

C in conservative New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

capital in a political context; abbreviation C, Con., or Cons.

C & W British & World English

Country and western (music)

c/s British & World English

Cycles per second

h & c British & World English

Hot and cold (used in describing the water supply to a hotel bedroom or a room in a house)

i/c British & World English

(Especially in military contexts) in charge of

L/C British & World English

Letter of credit

o/c British & World English

Overcharge

p/c British & World English

Petty cash

C & W New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

country and western (music)


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