instrument cord


instrument cord
розеточный шнур; шнур аппарата

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  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • percussion instrument — a musical instrument, as the drum, cymbal, triangle, xylophone, or piano, that is struck to produce a sound, as distinguished from string or wind instruments. [1870 75] * * * A musical instrument that is struck (or sometimes shaken or scraped) to …   Universalium

  • Lion's roar (instrument) — The lion s roar is a membranophone instrument that has a drum head and a cord or horsehair passing through it. The home made lion s roar is a drum that sits on the floor. The cord then makes friction with the drumhead as it is moved back and… …   Wikipedia

  • Umbilical cord — of a three minute old child. A medical clamp has been applied. Latin funiculus umbilicalis Code …   Wikipedia

  • Quadrant (instrument) — Ptolemy using a quadrant A quadrant is an instrument that is used to measure angles up to 90°. It was originally proposed by Ptolemy as a better kind of astrolabe.[1] Several different variations of the instrument were later produced by medieval… …   Wikipedia


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