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core

American English: /kɔr/
British English: /kɔː/

noun

  • 1 1.1 (of apple, pear)
    (of nuclear reactor)
    to the corethe organization is rotten to the core
    la organización está totalmente corrompida
    she's American to the core
    es americana hasta la médula
    his behavior shocked me to the core
    su comportamiento me horrorizó
    1.2 (central, essential part)
    (of problem)
    a hard core of resistance
    un foco de resistencia férrea
    (before noun)
    (subject)
    (supplier/currency/values/activity)
    core commodities
    productos (masculine plural) básicos principales
    core curriculum
    plan (masculine) de estudios común
    a core vocabulary of 1,000 words
    un vocabulario básico de 1.000 palabras
    to be core (to something)
    ser un factor clave (para algo)
    1.3 (Computing)
    núcleo (masculine) magnético
    (before noun) core memory
    memoria (feminine) central

transitive verb

  • (apple)
    quitarle el corazón or el centro a
    Example sentences
    • In a blender, mix one tbsp of honey with one peeled and cored apple.
    • For apple pie flavor without the fat-filled crust, stuff cored apples with brown sugar, cinnamon and granola (a sneaky bit of fiber), then cover and bake at 350 degrees for 45 minutes.
    • Glancing up and setting the fourth cored apple aside, Lydia said, ‘Stuffed apples.’

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CORE
American English: /kɔr/
British English: /kɔː/

noun

  • (in US) (no article)
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    onces

    In some Andean countries, particularly Chile, onces is a light meal eaten between five and six p.m., the equivalent of "afternoon tea" in Britain. In Colombia, on the other hand, onces is a light snack eaten between breakfast and lunch. It is also known as mediasnueves.