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CS British & World English

Chartered surveyor

Cs British & World English

The chemical element caesium

Cs in C1 British & World English

The third letter of the alphabet

C1 British & World English

The third letter of the alphabet

caesium British & World English

The chemical element of atomic number 55, a soft, silvery, extremely reactive metal. It belongs to the alkali metal group and occurs as a trace element in some rocks and minerals

Cs in caesium British & World English

The chemical element of atomic number 55, a soft, silvery, extremely reactive metal. It belongs to the alkali metal group and occurs as a trace element in some rocks and minerals

CS gas British & World English

A powerful form of tear gas used particularly in the control of riots

C's in C1 British & World English

The third letter of the alphabet

Lewis, C. S. British & World English

(1898–1963), British novelist, religious writer, and literary scholar; full name Clive Staples Lewis. He broadcast and wrote on religious and moral issues, and created the imaginary land of Narnia for a series of children’s books, which began with The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe (1950)

Forester, C. S. British & World English

(1899–1966), English novelist; pseudonym of Cecil Lewis Troughton Smith. He is remembered for his seafaring novels set during the Napoleonic Wars, featuring Captain Horatio Hornblower

middle C British & World English

The C near the middle of the piano keyboard, written on the first leger line below the treble stave or the first leger line above the bass stave

Cs New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

the chemical element caesium

caesium New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

chemical element of atomic number 55

CS gas English-Spanish

gas masculine lacrimógeno

our reference: FMH/cs in reference English-Spanish

nuestra referencia: FMH/cs