Cord

«Cord» в толковых словарях и энциклопедиях:

  1. cord

    unit of wood equal to 128 cubic feet Units of Measurement

    Phrontistery dictionary

  2. cord

    n. String, line, small rope

    New dictionary of synonyms

  3. CORD

    Cordio, Corduba

    Abbreviations in Latin Inscriptions

  4. cord

    n. [L. chorda, cord] 1. Any long, rounded cordlike structure. 2. (MOLLUSCA: Gastropoda) A round topped, moderately coarse spiral or transverse linear sculpture on a shell surface

    Dictionary of invertebrate zoology

  5. Cord

    bezeichnet: Cord (Gewebe), ein samtartiges Textilgewebe mit Längsrippen Cord (Vorname), einen männlichen Vornamen Cord Corporation, eine ehemalige amerikanische Holdinggesellschaft mit Automobil und Motorenherstellern Cord (Automarke), eine…

    Deutsch Wikipedia

  6. cord

    [[t]kɔrd[/t]] n. 1) tex a string or thin rope made of several strands braided, twisted, or woven together 2) elm a small, flexible, insulated electrical cable 3) tex a ribbed fabric, esp. corduroy 4) tex a cordlike rib on the surface of cloth 5)…

    From formal English to slang

  7. Cord

    (Klafter), Körpermaß für Brennholz in England, das 8 Fuß breit, 4 Fuß tief und 4 Fuß hoch ist, also 128 Kubikfuß oder 3,6245 cbm mißt. Plato

    Lexikon der gesamten Technik

  8. Cord

    (k[^o]rd), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Corded}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Cording}.] 1. To bind with a cord; to fasten with cords; to connect with cords; to ornament or finish with a cord or cords, as a garment. [1913 Webster] 2. To arrange (wood, etc.) in a…

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  9. Cord

    (k[^o]rd), n. [F. corde, L. chorda catgut, chord, cord, fr. Gr. chordh ; cf. chola des intestines, L. haruspex soothsayer (inspector of entrails), Icel. g[ o]rn, pl. garnir gut, and E. yarn. Cf. {Chord}, {Yarn}.] 1. A string, or small rope,…

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  10. CORD

    Chronic Obstructive Respiratory Disease (Medical » Physiology) * Constituency Oriented Research And Dissemination (Medical » Physiology)

    Abbreviations dictionary

  11. Cord

    Core Core, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Cord} (k?rd); p. pr. & vb. n. {Coring}.] 1. To take out the core or inward parts of; as, to core an apple. [1913 Webster] He s like a corn upon my great toe . . . he must be cored out. Marston. [1913 Webster] 2. To

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  12. cord

    n. a communication (BE), emergency (AE); electric (AE; BE has flex); extension; spinal; umbilical cord * * * [kɔːd] extension spinal umbilical cord emergency (AE) electric (AE; BE has flex) a communic

    Combinatory dictionary

  13. Cord

    der Cord, e (Mittelstufe) Stoff aus Baumwolle, der Rippen hat und sehr strapazierfähig ist Beispiel: Ich trage gerne Hosen aus Cord

    Extremes Deutsch

  14. cord

    noun 1》 thin string or rope made from several twisted strands.     ↘a length of cord. 2》 (also chord) an anatomical structure resembling a cord (e.g. the spinal cord). 3》 an electric flex. 4》 corduroy.     ↘(cords) corduroy trousers. 5》 a measure

    English new terms dictionary

  15. cord

    c.1300, from O.Fr. corde rope, string, twist, cord, from L. chorda string of a musical instrument, cat gut, from Gk. khorde string, catgut, chord, cord, from PIE root *ghere intestine (see YARN (Cf. yarn)). As a measure of wood (eight feet long,…

    Etymology dictionary

  16. cord

    [n] rope bond, connection, cordage, fiber, line, link, string, tendon, tie, twine; concepts 470,680

    New thesaurus

  17. cord

      Kaula (for various kinds, see Haw. Eng. entry and entries that follow it); aho, olonā; piko (umbilical).   Also: aea, aha, aha aha, ahakū, alihi, alihi kēpau, alihi pīkoi, alihi pōhaku, auku u, kī aho, kio, kūalu ula, mā ilihau, ōka i, pīkoni;…

    English-Hawaiian dictionary

  18. cord

    ► NOUN 1) long thin string or rope made from several twisted strands. 2) a length of cord. 3) an anatomical structure resembling a cord (e.g. the spinal cord). 4) an electric flex. 5) corduroy. 6) (cords) corduroy trousers

    English terms dictionary

  19. Cord

    (»Klafter«), engl. Brennholzmaß, 14 Fuß lang bei 3 Fuß Breite und Höhe, = 3,568 cbm, oder 8 bei 4 Fuß = 3,624 cbm; letzteres Maß ist in Nordamerika gebräuchlich

    Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  20. Cord

    [1] A vehicle brand of which the 1925 1948 model cars are classic cars. [2] A strand of fabric or steel cable used in the ply of a tire. [3] A rope. Also see bungee cord

    Dictionary of automotive terms

  21. Cord

    Cọrd [kɔrt] der; (e)s; nur Sg;↑Kord

    Langenscheidt Großwörterbuch Deutsch als Fremdsprache

  22. Cord

       Frequently used in its proper sense, for fastening a tent (Ex. 35:18; 39:40), yoking animals to a cart (Isa. 5:18), binding prisoners (Judg. 15:13; Ps. 2:3; 129:4), and measuring ground (2 Sam. 8;2; Ps. 78:55). Figuratively, death is spoken of

    Easton's Bible Dictionary

  23. cord

    I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. string, rope, band, bond, twine; tendon; cable. See filament, connection. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [Twine] Syn. string, cordage, fiber; see rope . 2. [A tendon] Syn. sinew, ligament, vinculum, thew,…

    English dictionary for students

  24. Cord

    Kurzform von → Konrad (Bedeutung: kühner Ratgeber); niederdeutsche Form von → Kurt

    Deutsch namen

  25. cord

    1 noun 1 (C, U) a piece of thick string or thin rope: We need some cord to hang the picture. | He pulled explosives and some tangled cord from his bag. 2 cords (plural) trousers made from a thick strong cotton cloth with thin raised lines on it 3

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  26. cord

    kɔːd n. rope; string, wire; thread v. bind with a cord, tie, bind

    English contemporary dictionary

  27. Cord

    In needle made lace the fancy thick stitches that form the centres of flowers and sprays are surrounded with a raised rim closely button holed. Also called cordonet

    Dictionary of the English textile terms

  28. cord

    01. We tied all the surfboards to the roof rack with bungee [cords]. 02. The human spinal [cord] is as flexible as a rubber hose. 03. This [cord] stretches, so it can be used for packages of varying sizes. 04. You d better loop the electrical…

    Grammatical examples in English

  29. Cord

    Manchester; Schnürlsamt * * * Cord [kɔrt], der; s, Kord: strapazierfähiges, geripptes [Baumwoll]gewebe: eine Jacke, Hose aus Cord. * * * Cọrd 〈m. 1〉 = Kord * * * Cord [kɔrt], Kord , der; [e]s, e u. s [engl. cord = Schnur; gerippter Stoff <…

    Universal-Lexikon

  30. Cord

    Recorded in many spelling forms including: Cord, Corde, Corday, Cordey, Cordier, Cordelet, Cordel, Cordeau, Cordeux, and Cordie, this is a surname of French origins of which it has two. The first is an occupational name for a maker of cord or…

    Surnames reference

  31. CORD

    abbr. Center for Occupational Research and Development

    Dictionary of abbreviations

  32. cord

    cord1 [ko:d US ko:rd] n [Date: 1200 1300; : Old French; Origin: corde, from Latin chorda string , from Greek chorde] 1.) [U and C] a piece of thick string or thin rope ▪ The robe was held at the waist by a cord. ▪ He pulled explosives and some…

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  33. cord

    chord

    American English homophones

  34. cord

    1. A tall, big, intimidating, muscley, acrobatic, cuddley friend giant :] wow that guy looks big and scary oh dont worry hes just cord big people sometimes scare me well yeah but this guy isnt anyone hes Cord See cord, big, scary, cuddly, guy 2.…

    Urban slang

  35. cord

    noun a two foot cotton cord Syn: string, thread, thong, lace, ribbon, strap, tape, tie, line, rope, cable, wire, ligature; twine, yarn; braid, braiding; elastic, bungee (cord)

    Thesaurus of popular words

  36. cord

    [ kɔrd ] noun * 1. ) count an electrical wire that connects a machine to the main supply of electricity 2. ) count or uncount strong thick string: a length of cord Tie it with a nylon cord. a ) gold string that is used as decoration on uniforms…

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  37. cord

    ac·cord·ance; ac·cord·an·cy; ac·cord·ant; ac·cord·ing·ly; con·cord; cord·age; cord; cord·ed; cord·er; cord·ite; cord·wain; cord·wain·er; cord·wain·ery; cord·wind·er; mi·ser·i·cord; re·cord·able; re·cord·ant; re·cord·er; re·cord·er·ship;…

    English syllables

  38. cord

    I. (anat., tehn.) s. n., pl. córduri II. (ţesãturã) s. n

    Romanian orthography

  39. cord

    [13] Cord ‘string’ and chord ‘straight line’ were originally the same word. They go back to Greek khordé ‘string’, which came into English via Latin chorda and Old French corde. In English it was originally written cord, a spelling which included

    Word origins

  40. cord

     , chord  A cord is a length of rope or similar material of twisted strands; a chord is a group of musical notes. You speak with your vocal cords

    Bryson’s dictionary for writers and editors

  41. Cord.

    Cord., Abkürzung für Chordenlinie

    Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  42. cord

    [[t]kɔ͟ː(r)d[/t]] cords 1) N VAR Cord is strong, thick string. The door had been tied shut with a length of nylon cord. ...gilded cords and tassels. 2) N VAR Cord is wire covered in rubber or plastic which connects electrical equipment to an…

    English dictionary

  43. cord

    Synonyms and related words: beam, billet, board, boarding, braid, brail, cable, clapboard, cordwood, deal, driftwood, firewood, hardwood, lath, lathing, lathwork, ligament, ligation, ligature, line, log, lumber, panelboard, paneling, panelwork,…

    Moby Thesaurus

  44. cord

    i (L). The heart

    Dictionary of word roots and combining forms

  45. cord

    Смотри Шнур

    Энциклопедический словарь по металлургии

  46. cord

    1. noun /kɔː(ɹ)d/ a) A long, thin, flexible length of twisted yarns (strands) of fibre/fiber (rope, for example); (uncountable) such a length of twisted strands considered as a commodity. The burglar tied up the victim with a cord. b) A small…

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  47. cord

    See chord. See chord, cord

    Dictionary of problem words and expressions

  48. Cord

    D✓Cọrd , 2Kọrd , der; [e]s, Plural e und s <englisch> (geripptes Gewebe)

    Die deutsche Rechtschreibung

  49. Cord

    Automobile Cord Automobile Création 1929 Disparition 1941

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  50. cord-

    See chord

    Medical dictionary

  51. cord

    chord, cord 1. Although we are dealing here with three English words, their histories are very much intertwined, and their ultimate origin is in the Latin word chorda which has several meanings. To begin with, there are two distinct words spelt…

    Modern English usage

  52. cord */

    UK [kɔː(r)d] / US [kɔrd] noun Word forms cord : singular cord plural cords 1) a) [countable/uncountable] strong thick string a length of cord Tie it with a nylon cord. b) gold string that is used as decoration on uniforms or furniture 2)…

    English dictionary

  53. cord

    n 1. string, twine, line, lanyard, cable; leader, gut, wire, strand, filament; braid, cordon, gimp, tape, ribbon, yarn; tendon, sinew, thew. 2. tie, bond, ligature, ligament, nexus, vinculum; link, connection, copula. v 3. bind, fasten, bundle,…

    A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  54. cord

    sb. St Andrew, 66

    Oldest English Words

  55. cord

    /kɔd / (say kawd) noun 1. a string or small rope composed of several strands twisted or woven together. 2. flex. 3. a hangman s rope. 4. Anatomy a cordlike structure: the spinal cord. 5. a cordlike rib on the surface of cloth. 6. a ribbed fabric

    Australian English dictionary

  56. cord

    n. & v. n. 1 a long thin flexible material made from several twisted strands. b a piece of this. 2 Anat. a structure in the body resembling a cord (spinal cord). 3 a ribbed fabric, esp. corduroy. b (in pl.) corduroy trousers. c a cordlike rib on…

    Useful english dictionary

  57. Cord

    Short and informal reference to the spinal cord, the major column of nerve tissue that is connected to the brain, lies within the vertebral canal, and from which the spinal nerves emerge. The spinal cord and the brain constitute the central…

    Medical dictionary

  58. cord

    [kôrd] n. [ME & OFr corde < L chorda < Gr chordē, catgut, chord, cord < IE base * gher , intestine > YARN] 1. a thick string or thin rope 2. any force acting as a tie or bond 3. [from use of a cord in measuring] a measure of wood cut…

    English World dictionary

  59. Cord

    Cọrd 〈m.; Gen.: (e)s, Pl.: e od. s〉 = Kord

    Lexikalische Deutsches Wörterbuch

  60. Cord

    auf eine durch Zusammenziehung entstandene niederdeutsche Form von Konrad zurückgehender Familienname

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  61. Cord

      A measure of volume, 4 by 4 by 8 feet, used to define amounts of stacked wood available for use as fuel. Burned, a cord of wood produces about 5 million calories of energy.   California Energy Comission. Dictionary of Energy Terms   ***   A…

    Energy terms

  62. cord

    I. noun Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French corde, from Latin chorda string, from Greek chordē more at yarn Date: 14th century 1. a. a long slender flexible material usually consisting of several strands (as of thread or yarn) woven or…

    New Collegiate Dictionary

  63. cord

    noun Syn: string, thread, line, rope, cable, wire, twine, yarn

    Synonyms and antonyms dictionary

  64. cord

    (cd)    1. a traditional unit of volume used to measure stacked firewood. Like most traditional units of trade, the cord has varied somewhat according to local custom. In the United States, the cord is defined legally as the volume of a stack of…

    Dictionary of units of measurement

  65. Cord

    [k...] vgl. ↑Kord

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  66. cord

    [kɔːd] noun 1) [C/U] strong thick string 2) [C] an electrical wire that connects a machine to the main supply of electricity • See: cords

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  67. cord

    corder, n. cordlike, adj. /kawrd/, n. 1. a string or thin rope made of several strands braided, twisted, or woven together. 2. Elect. a small, flexible, insulated cable. 3. a ribbed fabric, esp. corduroy. 4. a cordlike rib on the surface of cloth

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  68. cord

    n. any long flexible structure, which may be solid or tubular. Examples include the spermatic cord, spinal cord, umbilical cord, and vocal cord

    The new mediacal dictionary

  69. cord

    A measure of wood containing 128 cubic feet, otherwise expressed as a pile of wood 8 feet long, 4 feet high, and 4 feet wide

    Black's law dictionary

  70. CORD

    • Commissioned Officer Residency Deferment; • Council of [Emergency Medicine] Residency Directors

    Dictionary of medical acronyms & abbreviations

  71. cord

    A measure of wood containing 128 cubic feet, otherwise expressed as a pile of wood 8 feet long, 4 feet high, and 4 feet wide

    Black's law dictionary

  72. cord

    noun 1 string/rope ADJECTIVE ▪ thick, thin ▪ long, short ▪ strong ▪ elastic, leather

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  73. Cord

    may refer to: String or rope Cord (sewing), a trimming made of multiple strands of yarn twisted together The spinal cord Cord Automobile, a former American car marque founded by Errett Lobban Cord The cord (volume), used to measure firewood In…

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  74. cord

    [13] Cord ‘string’ and chord ‘straight line’ were originally the same word. They go back to Greek khordé ‘string’, which came into English via Latin chorda and Old French corde. In English it was originally written cord, a spelling which included

    The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  75. cord

    CORD2 s.n. Ţesătură specială care este formată din fire de urzeală bine răsucite şi foarte rezistente, iar firele din bătătură sunt subţiri şi rare. ♦ Ţesătură folosită pentru fabricarea anvelopelor. – Din fr. corde. Trimis de viomih, 06.05.2004

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  76. CORD

    may refer to:* COPD, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease * Congress on Research in Dance, a professional society for dance research * Christian Outreach for Relief Development, humanitarian organization, based in UK

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  77. cord

    A unit of wood measure applied to wood cut for fuel, being a pile of wood eight feet long, four feet high and four feet wide, containing one hundred and twenty eight cubic feet. Kennedy v Oswego & Syracuse Railroad Co. (NY) 67 Barb 169, 178. See…

    Ballentine's law dictionary


«Cord» в словосочетаниях:

  1. umbilical cord
  2. Spinal cord
  3. Bungee cord
  4. Spermatic cord
  5. Rip cord
  6. extension cord
  7. communication cord
  8. Bedford cord
  9. nerve cord
  10. patch cord
  11. face cord
  12. Cord blood
  13. vocal cord
  14. shock cord
  15. chord cord
  16. Genital cord
  17. Cut the Cord
  18. sash cord
  19. Ventral nerve cord
  20. emergency cord
  21. Cord factor
  22. detonating cord
  23. cord foot
  24. Nephrogenic cord
  25. cord grass
  26. silver cord
  27. Parachute cord
  28. The Silver Cord
  29. telephone cord
  30. Vocal cord dysfunction
  31. Cord Automobile
  32. cord galvanometer
  33. Power cord
  34. Posterior median sulcus of spinal cord
  35. Ripping cord
  36. Errett Lobban Cord
  37. Lateral cord
  38. Confraternities of the Cord
  39. short cord
  40. back cord
  41. Posterior cord
  42. Posterior horn of spinal cord
  43. Page cord
  44. Tethered cord
  45. Medial cord
  46. scirrhous cord
  47. citation cord
  48. dummy cord
  49. Anterior cord syndrome
  50. Sewing cord
  51. Enamel cord
  52. Yolk cord
  53. Cord blood bank
  54. cut the umbilical cord
  55. Alex Cord
  56. catch cord
  57. gangliated cord
  58. rete cord
  59. neck cord
  60. sexual cord
  61. Cord 810
  62. Body cord
  63. pull cord
  64. Cord 812
  65. bulb of the spinal cord
  66. Subacute combined degeneration of spinal cord
  67. Russel Cord
  68. Sex cord
  69. incomplete duplication of spinal cord
  70. Con|cord
  71. Cord wood
  72. Central cord syndrome
  73. Cord Phelps
  74. patching cord
  75. Cord L 29
  76. cord moss
  77. Chenille Cord
  78. umbrellical cord
  79. Matting Cord
  80. Mycelial cord
  81. ventral funiculus of spinal cord
  82. Kieselstein Cord Barry
  83. whip|cord
  84. bord and cord
  85. Medullary cord
  86. central nucleus of spinal cord
  87. cord bladder
  88. cord switch
  89. Cord Meijering
  90. gelatinous substance of posterior horn of spinal cord
  91. intersegmental tract of spinal cord dorsal
  92. gray commissure of spinal cord
  93. ac|cord|ant
  94. anal cord
  95. corticospinal tracts of spinal cord
  96. sc còrd
  97. Woven Cord
  98. oblique cord of elbow joint
  99. Cord Errett Lobban
  100. cord|ing
  101. Cord Braid
  102. gracile fasciculus of spinal cord
  103. Cord lock
  104. mis|er|i|cord
  105. ninth cord
  106. urinal cord
  107. Mellors Union Cord
  108. Edwin Cord
  109. posterolateral groove of spinal cord
  110. Bookbinding cord
  111. ac·cord·ing·ly
  112. cord leaf
  113. gross cord
  114. Ganse cord
  115. dorsolateral nucleus of spinal cord
  116. central canal of spinal cord
  117. cord tire
  118. Cord Sander
  119. gray substance of spinal cord
  120. intersegmental tract of spinal cord lateral
  121. gray commissure of spinal cord anterior
  122. ac|cord|ing|ly
  123. Arabian Pull Cord
  124. power supply cord
  125. posterior cord of brachial plexus
  126. Cord Confraternities of the
  127. cord|ite
  128. cutting cord
  129. Cord De Chine
  130. intersegmental fasciculus of spinal cord anterior
  131. Cord of 3
  132. patch|cord
  133. axillary cord
  134. Metz Cord
  135. Umbilical cord ulceration and intestinal atresia
  136. head of posterior horn of spinal cord
  137. Packing cord
  138. bun·gee cord
  139. re cord
  140. Plastic Igniter Cord
  141. dorsomedial nucleus of spinal cord
  142. anterior column of spinal cord
  143. death cord
  144. Tethered cord Syndrom
  145. intermediate substance of spinal cord central
  146. intersegmental tract of spinal cord posterior
  147. Umbilical cord prolapse
  148. gray commissure of spinal cord dorsal
  149. ac|cord|ing
  150. lacing cord
  151. retraction cord
  152. trip cord
  153. cord|less
  154. det cord
  155. Cord Seam
  156. Oblique cord
  157. intersegmental fasciculus of spinal cord dorsal
  158. pre|re|cord
  159. median cord
  160. Music Cord
  161. Russell cord
  162. anterior horn of spinal cord
  163. cam·cord·er
  164. rere cord
  165. detonating cord amplifier
  166. retrodorsal lateral nucleus of spinal cord
  167. autonomic column of spinal cord
  168. drop cord
  169. intermediate substance of spinal cord lateral
  170. intersegmental tract of spinal cord ventral
  171. Holy Umbilical Cord
  172. gray commissure of spinal cord posterior
  173. ac|cord´er
  174. banjo cord
  175. cord n
  176. cord|wain|er
  177. Cord Stitch
  178. Chris Cord
  179. intersegmental fasciculus of spinal cord lateral
  180. Marginal nucleus of spinal cord
  181. re|cord|a|ble
  182. mediolateral nerve cord
  183. Napolitaine Cord
  184. dorsal horn of spinal cord
  185. con·cord
  186. trash cord
  187. A type of cancer that arises from a particular type of cell within the brain or spinal cord Also called CNS PNET
  188. 550 cord
  189. retroposterior lateral nucleus of spinal cord
  190. dorsal column of spinal cord
  191. lay cord
  192. Vocal cord dysfunktion
  193. second visceral substance of spinal cord
  194. pyramidal tracts of spinal cord
  195. Spinal cord injury
  196. gray commissure of spinal cord ventral
  197. ac|cord´a|ble
  198. Black Cord Texting
  199. Cord of Wood
  200. cord of umbilical artery
  201. Cord spinal
  202. cord|wood
  203. gineal cord
  204. Cord Stripes
  205. Umbilical cord tomb of Taejo of Joeseon Dynasty
  206. intersegmental fasciculus of spinal cord posterior
  207. Nucleus proprius of spinal cord
  208. re|cord|er|ship
  209. stigmatic cord
  210. Ottoman Cord
  211. Cord Roberts
  212. gray horns of spinal cord
  213. spinal cord damage induced synaesthesia
  214. con·cord·ance
  215. umbilical cord blood
  216. Cord Automarke
  217. ventrolateral nucleus of spinal cord
  218. gray columns of spinal cord
  219. sunken cord
  220. Cord 810 812
  221. white substance of spinal cord
  222. controlled cord traction
  223. white commissure of spinal cord anterior
  224. ac|cord
  225. Blue Cord
  226. vocal cord false
  227. Cord umbilical
  228. cord|y
  229. juice cord
  230. Cord Tyre Fabric
  231. Cord band
  232. intersegmental fasciculus of spinal cord ventral
  233. Cord Borgentrick Stein
  234. re|cord|er
  235. Paris Cord
  236. Spinal Cord Injuries Australia
  237. lateral horn of spinal cord
  238. con·cord·ant
  239. umbilical cord blood transplantation
  240. Cord Gewebe
  241. ventromedial nucleus of spinal cord
  242. gray column of spinal cord anterior
  243. macrame cord
  244. John Mc Cord
  245. anterior lateral sulcus of spinal cord
  246. veins of spinal cord
  247. Sex cord stromal tumour
  248. white commissure of spinal cord dorsal
  249. Bed|ford cord
  250. Cord bro
  251. subacute combined degeneration of the cord
  252. Nuchal cord
  253. vocal cord true
  254. Cord vocal
  255. cord´like´
  256. penile cord
  257. Cord Waves
  258. V Cord
  259. lateral fasciculus proprius of spinal cord
  260. Cord Raummaß
  261. Cord Bothe
  262. re|cord|ing
  263. Partridge Cord
  264. Cord sewing
  265. ventral horn of spinal cord
  266. cord·age
  267. electric cord
  268. Cord Vorname
  269. cervical part of spinal cord
  270. gray column of spinal cord lateral
  271. sacred cord
  272. The Cord of Life
  273. anterolateral sulcus of spinal cord
  274. terminal ventricle of spinal cord
  275. Cord rig
  276. white commissure of spinal cord posterior
  277. cam|cord|er
  278. Cord Colins
  279. umbilical cord blood banked stem cells
  280. Cord volume
  281. Weitbrecht cord
  282. Paralysis vocal cord
  283. cord´er
  284. Phantom cord
  285. Cossack Cord
  286. Tethered spinal cord syndrome
  287. posterior fasciculus proprius of spinal cord
  288. Cord Dreyer
  289. re|cord|ist
  290. Patent Cord
  291. Percutaneous umbilical cord blood sampling
  292. hydrocele of the cord
  293. cord·less
  294. false vocal cord
  295. coccygeal part of spinal cord
  296. gray column of spinal cord posterior
  297. sunk cord
  298. Дегенерация Спинного Мозга Подострая Комбинированная Subacute Combined Degeneration Of The Cord
  299. dorsal intermediate sulcus of spinal cord
  300. Weitbrecht cartilage cord ligament etc
  301. Spinal cord horn
  302. white commissure of spinal cord ventral
  303. cam|cord|ing
  304. Cord Dragon
  305. Albert Cord
  306. cord o
  307. Vocal cord paralysis
  308. d ac|cord
  309. Curly Cord
  310. Vocal cord paresis
  311. ventral fasciculus proprius of spinal cord
  312. Cord Cordes
  313. re|cord
  314. Queen Cord
  315. Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum
  316. dentate ligament of spinal cord
  317. subacute combined degeneration of the cord
  318. cord·wood
  319. inferior vocal cord
  320. lumbar part of spinal cord
  321. intermediate column of spinal cord
  322. elephant cord
  323. Канатик Пупочный Пуповина Umbilical Cord
  324. dorsal median sulcus of spinal cord
  325. Willis circle cord etc
  326. Dorsal nerve cord
  327. concussion of the spinal cord
  328. con|cord|ance
  329. Cord Longenberger
  330. Algoa Cord
  331. cornua of spinal cord
  332. Cord Arkansas
  333. dis|ac|cord|ant
  334. Pull the cord
  335. Elastic Cord
  336. Portable cord
  337. median fissure of spinal cord anterior
  338. median fissure of spinal cord dorsal
  339. Cord Jastram
  340. self re|cord|ing
  341. Raglan Cord
  342. neck of dorsal horn of spinal cord
  343. umbilical cord blood banked stem cells
  344. dis·cord
  345. phone cord
  346. Cord Beintmann
  347. sacral part of spinal cord
  348. intermediolateral column of spinal cord
  349. match cord
  350. Канатик Семенной Spermatic Cord
  351. dorsolateral sulcus of spinal cord
  352. intermediate zone of spinal cord
  353. terminal cone of spinal cord
  354. con|cord´ant|ly
  355. Cord Rage
  356. Asylum Cord
  357. Spinal cord compression
  358. decompression of spinal cord
  359. Wedding cord
  360. dis|ac|cord
  361. Pull the rip cord
  362. Furniture Cord
  363. Cord Widderich
  364. median fissure of spinal cord ventral
  365. Cord Schellenberg
  366. tape re|cord
  367. The Silver Cord is Severed
  368. neck of posterior horn of spinal cord
  369. glass cord
  370. dis·cord·ant
  371. superior vocal cord
  372. Cord Borgentrick
  373. thoracic part of spinal cord
  374. lateral column of spinal cord
  375. net cord
  376. Мозг Спинной Spinal Cord
  377. posterior intermediate sulcus of spinal cord
  378. Spinal cord untethering
  379. contusion of spinal cord
  380. con|cord|ant
  381. Cord Sharp
  382. Bang Up Cord
  383. Cord unit
  384. dis|cord|ance
  385. Pulled a Cord
  386. Fustian Cord
  387. The Spinal Cord Perception
  388. reticular formation of spinal cord
  389. Cord Wischmann
  390. tel|e|re|cord|ing
  391. Semi Cord
  392. Velamentous cord insertion
  393. accessory nucleus of anterior column of spinal cord
  394. apex of dorsal horn of spinal cord
  395. pre·re·cord
  396. true vocal cord
  397. Cord Broyhan
  398. prolapse of cord
  399. posterior column of spinal cord
  400. picture cord
  401. Струна Cord
  402. posterior lateral sulcus of spinal cord
  403. steel cord
  404. Knotted cord
  405. dental cord
  406. Cord Spencer
  407. Blind Cord
  408. Spinal cord stimulator
  409. dura mater of spinal cord
  410. Cord McCoy
  411. dis|cord|an|cy
  412. pussy rip cord
  413. Gordon Cord
  414. Cord film
  415. dorsal funiculus of spinal cord
  416. Cord von Hobe
  417. tel|e|re|cord
  418. Thickset Cord
  419. Posterior cord syndrome
  420. accessory nucleus of ventral column of spinal cord
  421. apex of posterior horn of spinal cord
  422. re·cord·er
  423. bell cord
  424. Cord Corporation
  425. cord proteins
  426. Cord circuit
  427. posteromedian column of spinal cord
  428. sever the umbilical cord
  429. User cord
  430. posterolateral sulcus of spinal cord
  431. I we tek yu to cord
  432. gubernacular cord
  433. cord|age
  434. cord spiders
  435. Bresilienne Cord
  436. Cord Meyer
  437. anterior fasciculus proprius of spinal cord
  438. Cord Parks
  439. dis|cord´ant|ly
  440. snatch cord
  441. Hair Cord Muslin
  442. Janus Cord
  443. lateral funiculus of spinal cord
  444. Hans Cord von Bothmer
  445. tire cord
  446. cord fastener
  447. anterolateral nucleus of spinal cord
  448. funicular cord
  449. base of dorsal horn of spinal cord
  450. re·cord·ing
  451. cord connector
  452. Cord Jakobeit
  453. median septum of spinal cord dorsal
  454. fiber tracts of spinal cord
  455. Zip cord
  456. ventral column of spinal cord
  457. ac|cord|ance
  458. Genua Cord
  459. ventrolateral sulcus of spinal cord
  460. The Cord Weekly
  461. lateral cord of brachial plexus
  462. cord|ed
  463. Cord Tocci
  464. Cannele Cord
  465. Anterior median fissure of the spinal cord
  466. cuneate fasciculus of spinal cord
  467. dis|cord|ant
  468. stenshun cord
  469. London Cord
  470. Placenta cord banking
  471. funiculi of spinal cord
  472. International Spinal Cord Society
  473. un|re|cord|ed
  474. um·bil·i·cal cord
  475. anteromedial nucleus of spinal cord
  476. base of posterior horn of spinal cord
  477. tape re·cord
  478. cord glottis
  479. central gelatinous substance of spinal cord
  480. intersegmental tract of spinal cord anterior
  481. white columns of spinal cord
  482. ac|cord´ant|ly
  483. Whip cord
  484. tethered cord syndrome
  485. Singapore Cord Blood Bank
  486. medial cord of brachial plexus
  487. cord|grass
  488. crotch cord
  489. Anterior horn spinal cord
  490. dorsal fasciculus proprius of spinal cord
  491. Cord compression
  492. dis|cord

«Cord» - Synonyms


Переводы термина «Cord»:

  1. Перевод cord с арабского на английский
  2. Перевод cord с белорусского на русский
  3. Перевод cord с валлийского на английский
  4. Перевод cord с немецкого на русский
  5. Перевод cord с немецкого на болгарский
  6. Перевод cord с немецкого на датский
  7. Перевод cord с немецкого на французский
  8. Перевод cord с немецкого на нидерландский
  9. Перевод cord с немецкого на английский
  10. Перевод cord с немецкого на испанский
  11. Перевод cord с немецкого на язык суахили
  12. Перевод cord с немецкого на турецкий
  13. Перевод cord с английского на немецкий
  14. Перевод cord с английского на чешский
  15. Перевод cord с английского на исландский
  16. Перевод cord с английского на папьяменто
  17. Перевод cord с английского на язык йоруба
  18. Перевод cord с английского на испанский
  19. Перевод cord с английского на датский
  20. Перевод cord с английского на индонезийский
  21. Перевод cord с английского на польский
  22. Перевод cord с английского на язык чаморро
  23. Перевод cord с английского на французский
  24. Перевод cord с английского на нидерландский
  25. Перевод cord с английского на ирландский
  26. Перевод cord с английского на португальский
  27. Перевод cord с английского на эрзянский
  28. Перевод cord с английского на итальянский
  29. Перевод cord с английского на румынский
  30. Перевод cord с английского на украинский
  31. Перевод cord с английского на баскский
  32. Перевод cord с английского на японский
  33. Перевод cord с английского на сербский
  34. Перевод cord с английского на эстонский
  35. Перевод cord с английского на курдский
  36. Перевод cord с английского на словацкий
  37. Перевод cord с английского на фарерский
  38. Перевод cord с английского на латинский
  39. Перевод cord с английского на словенский
  40. Перевод cord с английского на китайский
  41. Перевод cord с английского на персидский
  42. Перевод cord с английского на латышский
  43. Перевод cord с английского на язык суахили
  44. Перевод cord с английского на финский
  45. Перевод cord с английского на литовский
  46. Перевод cord с английского на шведский
  47. Перевод cord с английского на казахский
  48. Перевод cord с английского на грузинский
  49. Перевод cord с английского на македонский
  50. Перевод cord с английского на тагальский
  51. Перевод cord с английского на албанский
  52. Перевод cord с английского на греческий
  53. Перевод cord с английского на малайский
  54. Перевод cord с английского на тамильский
  55. Перевод cord с английского на армянский
  56. Перевод cord с английского на гаитянский
  57. Перевод cord с английского на язык маори
  58. Перевод cord с английского на тайский
  59. Перевод cord с английского на арабский
  60. Перевод cord с английского на иврит
  61. Перевод cord с английского на марийский
  62. Перевод cord с английского на турецкий
  63. Перевод cord с английского на русский
  64. Перевод cord с английского на болгарский
  65. Перевод cord с английского на язык хинди
  66. Перевод cord с английского на мокшанский
  67. Перевод cord с английского на урду
  68. Перевод cord с английского на корейский
  69. Перевод cord с английского на каталанский
  70. Перевод cord с английского на вьетнамский
  71. Перевод cord с английского на монгольский
  72. Перевод cord с английского на уйгурский
  73. Перевод cord с английского на хорватский
  74. Перевод cord с английского на венгерский
  75. Перевод cord с английского на норвежский
  76. Перевод cord с английского на азербайджанский
  77. Перевод cord с испанского на русский
  78. Перевод cord с испанского на чешский
  79. Перевод cord с французского на русский
  80. Перевод cord с ирландского на русский
  81. Перевод cord с гельского на английский
  82. Перевод cord с итальянского на русский
  83. Перевод cord с польского на немецкий
  84. Перевод cord с русского на немецкий
  85. Перевод cord с русского на английский
  86. Перевод cord с китайского на английский