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CS British & World English

Chartered surveyor

Cs British & World English

The chemical element caesium

Cs New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

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

caesium New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

chemical element of atomic number 55

CS gas British & World English

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

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)

C's in C1 British & World English

The third letter of the alphabet

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