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C1 an abbreviation for Celsius, or Centigrade.
C2 symbol of the chemical element carbon.
c1 the third letter of the English alphabet. [3 definitions]
Ca symbol of the chemical element calcium.
CA an abbreviation for California.
cab1 a car that carries people who need a ride and pay a fare for this; taxicab. [3 definitions]
cabbage a vegetable with large green or purple leaves that form a round head.
cabin a small house, usually built in a simple or rough way. [2 definitions]
cabinet a piece of furniture with shelves, compartments, or drawers and usually covered by a door or doors. Cabinets are used to store or hold objects. [2 definitions]
cable a thick, strong rope made of steel or fiber. [5 definitions]
cable car an enclosed vehicle either on rails or hanging from a cable that is pulled back and forth by a moving cable. A cable car carries people up and down a steep slope or across a chasm.
caboose a car at the rear of a freight train, used by the train's crew as a place for eating, sleeping, and observation of the tracks.
cacao a South American tree with yellowish flowers and reddish brown seeds. [2 definitions]
cackle to make the sharp, broken cry of a hen. [4 definitions]
cactus a thick-stemmed, often prickly plant without conventional leaves that grows in hot, dry areas of America.
cadet a student in a military school; person training to be a military officer.
cafeteria a dining hall or restaurant in which customers choose or are served their food at a counter. The customers then carry the food on trays to their tables.
caffeine a bitter substance found in coffee, tea, chocolate, and some sodas. Caffeine stimulates the heart and nervous system and can cause a person to stay awake and alert.
cage a box or space closed in by wire or bars, used to keep and display animals or birds. [4 definitions]
caiman a large reptile that is related to the crocodile and alligator. Caimans live in tropical areas of North and South America.
Cairo the capital city of Egypt, on the Nile River.