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an another word for a. It is used before words that start with a, e, i, o, or u, or before words that begin with vowel sounds.
c/o used to show that something is being sent to one person at another person's address. "C/o" is an abbreviation of "care of."
c.o.d. abbreviation of "collect on delivery," or "cash on delivery." Ordering an item c.o.d. means that payment is not required until the goods arrive.
jelly the British word for a clear, fruit-flavored gelatin dessert similar to Jell-O. [1/2 definitions]
oxygen a gas with no color or smell that is one of the chemical elements. Oxygen combines with hydrogen to make water. It also makes up about twenty percent of the earth's atmosphere. Most living things need oxygen. (symbol: O)
smiley a small icon made of punctuation characters and letters and placed in an e-mail; emoticon. A smiley shows the mood of the writer, such as :-o
tick-tack-toe a game for two players who take turns marking either an X or an O on a grid of nine squares. The winner is the first player who fills in three squares in a row with the same mark.
vowel in the English alphabet, any of the letters "a," "e," "i," "o," "u," and sometimes "y." [1/2 definitions]