1. a line made of twisted fibers or threads;
2. a unit of amount of wood cut for burning; 128 cubic feet
3. a light insulated conductor for household use
4. a cut pile fabric with vertical ribs; usually made of cotton
1. stack in cords;
2. bind or tie with a cord
Tack the cord around the cushion.
Inflate your life jacket by pulling sharply on the cord.
A threefold cord is not quickly broken.
Our host ran a long extension cord out from the house and set up a screen and a projector.
I will never forget all you've done for me, but it's time to cut the umbilical cord.
I pulled the cord, and I felt a strong jerk.
The door had been tied shut with a length of nylon cord.
Bind the ends of the cord together with thread.
I wear a safety cord all the time.
The cord pulled tight, choking off Luca's breath.
I must provide security for Joe's 18 - inch spinal cord.
Lasers have been used experimentally in delicate vocal cord operations.
The remaining cord and brain are used for virus isolation.
The ventral nerve cord is covered externally by a peritoneum.
He found its cord and yanked. The light went out.
cut the (umbilical) cord
(figurative)cease to rely on someone or something protective or supportive and begin to act independently
string, rope, line, cord, thread, wire
There is relatively little information about cord, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
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