cos

Pronunciation:  US [kəz] UK [kəz]
  • conj.Because
  • n."A few" cosine; "summarized" Rhodes (Island) Romaine; "and" Kos
  • abbr.(Written form) cosine
  • WebPower factor; service levels service categories
n.
1.
[ Mathematics] cosine 
2.
[ Plant] cos lettuce, a tape of long thin lettuce 
3.
[ Geography] Kos, second largest of the Greek Dodecanese islands 
conj.
na.
1.
[ Business] cash on shipment 

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