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crash, crashed, crashing, crashes.verbs
intransitive verb use.to break.violently.and/or.noisily; smash; to undergo.sudden.damage.or.destruction on impact (she knocked the vase and the flowers it contained off the table to a crashing sound as it hit the hard stone tile floor of the patio; their car crashed into a guardrail); to make a sudden loud noise (breakers crashing against the rocks); to move noisily or so as to cause damage (went crashing through the woods); to go to sleep (I think I'll crash in this town for the night)
Computers:.if a computer crashes or if you crash the computer, it suddenly stops working.
transitive verb use.to cause to crash; to dash to pieces; smash; to join or enter a party, for example without invitation
crash.noun,.plural.crashes
a sudden loud noise, as of an object breaking; a smashing to pieces; a collision, as between two automobiles
crash.adjective
of or characterized by an intensive.effort to produce or accomplish (a crash course; a crash diet)
crasher.noun,.plural.crashers
crash and burn.idiom
to fail utterly; to fall asleep from exhaustion

charlatan.noun,.plural.charlatans
a person who makes elaborate, fraudulent and often voluble.claims.to.skill.or.knowledge; a quack or fraud; an impostor
charlatanic.or.charlatanical.adjective
charlatanism.or.charlatanry.noun,.plural.charlatanisms.or.charlatanries.
from French and from Italian 'ciarlatano', probably alteration, influenced by 'ciarlare' meaning 'to prattle', of 'cerretano' an inhabitantof Cerreto, a city of Italy once famous for its quacks

cruciferous.adjective.(pronounced 'krue sif air us') 
belonging to the Cruciferae, the mustard family of plants (cruciferous vegetables such as various cabbages; broccoli; cauliflower; brussel sprouts); bearing a cross

copy.noun,.plural.copies
an imitation or reproduction of an original; a duplicate (a copy of a painting; made two copies of the letter); also suitable.source material for journalism (celebrities make good copy)
copy, copied, copying, copies.verbs
transitive verb use.to make a reproduction or copy of; to follow as a model or pattern (see the way he uses the saw, be careful but copy the way he does it when you try do the same)
intransitive verb use.to make a copy or copies; to admit of being copied (colored ink that does not copy well); from Middle English 'copie' and Old French and from Medieval Latin 'copia', transcript, from Latin 'copia' from which the word 'copious' arrives
copyable.adjective

Cicero, Marcus Tullius.B.C.E. 106-43, Roman statesman, orator, and philosopher; a major.figure in these last years of ancient Rome; a quote of his
Ciceronian.adjective

Catiline, B.C.E. 108?-62, a Roman politician and conspirator who led an unsuccessful revolt against the Roman Republic while Cicero was a consul

chuff, chuffed, chuffing, chuffs.intransitive verbs
to produce or move with noisy puffing or explosive sounds
chuff.noun,.plural.chuffs
a noisy puffing or explosive sound, such as one made by a locomotive or horses on a long run

cabin.noun,.plural.cabins
a small, roughly.built.house; a cottage; a room in a ship used as living quarters by an officer or a passenger (a cruise ship with hundreds of cabins); the enclosed space in an aircraft or spacecraft for the crew, passengers or cargo
cabin, cabined, cabining, cabins.intransitive and transitive verbs
to confine or live in or as if in a small space or area; from Middle English 'caban' which is from Old French 'cabane', from Old Provençal 'cabana' and Late Latin 'capanna'

cottage.noun,.plural.cottages
a small, single-storied house, usually built for country temporary living; a small house in the country used mostly for summer living and often by picturesque scenery including water; from Middle English, Old English and Anglo-French 'cotage', 'cot' meaning, a small house in the country or a country cottage

cellphone.noun,.plural.cellphones
a hand-held mobile.radiotelephone for use in an area.divided into small.sections called cells, named after the small areas in which coverage by radio waves.is.optimally.utilized and within which area each cellphone operates with its own built in short-range transmitter.and.receiver; a cellular phone is also called a mobile phone

countess.noun,.plural.countesses
a woman holding the title of count or earl in various European countries; used as a title for such a noblewoman

comtessa.noun,.plural.comtessas
a comtessa is a countess

canape.noun.pronounced 'can uh pay',.plural.canapes
a canape, also spelt.canapé, is a cracker or a small thin piece of bread or toast spread with cheese, pate, meat or relish and served as an appetizer; from French 'canapé meaning 'couch' and from Medieval Latin 'canapeum' meaning 'mosquito net'

cleat.noun,.plural.cleats
a cleat is a kind of hook with two ends which is used to hold ropes, especially on sailing boats; a device like a spur used in gripping a tree or pole in climbing; a short piece of rubber, metal, etc. attached to the bottom of a sports shoe; a cleat is also a stud, a spike; a pair of sports shoes with these pieces attached to them, in order to prevent someone from slipping; a projecting piece of metal or hard rubber attached to the underside of a shoe to provide traction; a pair of shoes with such projections on the soles; a strip of wood or iron used to strengthen or support the surface to which it is attached; a piece of metal or wood having projecting arms or ends on which a rope can be wound or secured; a wedge shaped piece of material, such as wood, that is fastened onto something, such as a spar, to act as a support or prevent slippage
cleat, cleated, cleating, cleats.transitive verbs
to supply, support, secure or strengthen with a cleat

cholesterol.noun,.plural.cholesterols
a white, crystalline substance, chemical name C27H45OH, found in animal tissues and various foods, that is normally synthesized by the liver and is important as a constituent of cell membranes and a precursor to steroid.hormones; its level in the bloodstream can influence the pathogenesis of certain conditions, such as the development of atherosclerotic plaque and coronary artery disease; called cholesterol because it was first found in gallstones

chesterfield.noun,.plural.chesterfields
a large, overstuffed sofa with upright armrests; a term for any type of sofa, was probably brought down from Canada, where it is common; a single or double-breasted overcoat, usually with concealed buttons and a velvet collar, named after a 19th-century earl of Chesterfield, city of north-central England south of Sheffield

chimera.noun,.plural.chimeras
a chimera is an imaginary.monster made up of grotesquely disparate parts; a chimera is an unrealistic.idea that you have about something or a hope that you have that is unlikely to be fulfilled (an unrealizable dream); in Greek.mythology, a chimera is a fire-breathing she monster usually represented as a composite of the head of a lion, body of a goat and the tail of a snake; a chimera is something, especially an idea or hope, that is not really possible and can never exist (trying to present that chimera of 'a balanced view')
an imaginary monster compounded of incongruous parts; an illusion or fabrication of the mind
chimerical.also.chimeric.adjective
created by or as if by a wildly fanciful imagination; highly improbable; given to unrealistic fantasies
chimerically.adverb

conterminous.also.coterminous.adjective
having a boundary.in common; contiguous; contained in the same boundaries; coextensive
conterminously.adverb
conterminousness.noun

cattail.noun,.plural.cattails
any of various perennial.herbs, widespread in marshy places and having long, straplike leaves and a dense, cylindrical cluster of minute flowers and fruits; also called reed mace

cowl.noun,.plural.cowls
the hood of an automobile body is the top portion of the front part supporting the windshield and dashboard; a draped neckline on a woman's garment; a hood-shaped covering used to increase the draft of a chimney; the cowling on an aircraft
cowl, cowled, cowling, cowls.transitive verbs
to cover with or as if with a cowl
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