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Cot

Beds

  • A cot, a simple, temporary and portable bed, or (particularly in British English) a baby's crib.
  • See cot side for beds with raised sides.

Transportation

Math/Science

  • Cot analysis, a biochemical technique that measures how much repetitive DNA is in a genome
  • Cotangent trigonometric function \cot \theta \,\! .
  • Cotyledon, a significant part of the embryo within the seed of a plant
  • Cyclooctatetraene, an unsaturated hydrocarbon, and cyclooctatetraenyl, a functional group in chemistry derived from it, both abbreviated COT

People

  • COT Comando de ações táticas, a Brazilian counter-terrorism force
  • Pierre Auguste Cot (1837–1883), French painter of the Academic Classicism school

Acronyms

  • Colombian Time, the time offset used in Colombia (corresponds yearlong to UTC-5)
  • Commitments of Traders (COT) Report, issued weekly by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission summarizing market activity
  • Crossroads of Twilight, is the tenth book of The Wheel of Time fantasy series written by American author Robert Jordan
  • Change Over Time, an academic journal published by the University of Pennsylvania Press.
  • COT, Chip on Tape, used in electronics or semiconductor industry to mean complete development to tape ship
  • COT, Customer Owned Tools, used in electronics or semiconductor industry to descripe the business modell, where the customer, not the subcontractor owns the tooling.

See also

  • Malbec grapes, known in the Loire Valley as Côt
  • A finger cot, a hygienic cover for a single finger.

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Template:TOCright Cot, COT or CoT may refer to:

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Beds

  • Infant bed, a small bed specifically for infants (also crib).
  • Camp bed, a simple, temporary, portable bed .
  • Naval cot, a suspended bed used by naval officers, designed to double as a coffin if required.

Transport abbreviations

Acronyms

  • Car of Tomorrow, a car design by NASCAR.
  • Central Office Technician In Telecommunications, a technician who staffs a Central Office.
  • Commitments of Traders (COT) Report, issued weekly by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission summarizing market activity.
  • Crossroads of Twilight.
  • Cyclooctatetraene, an unsaturated hydrocarbon, and cyclooctatetraenyl, a functional group in chemistry derived from it, both abbreviated COT.
  • COT, Continuous Overseas Tour, military term for serving a second (or more) tour overseas. A COT request is required for a continuous tour within 7th Fleet in the Navy.
  • COT Comando de ações táticas.

Miscellaneous

  • cotangent trigonometric function \cot \theta \,\! .
  • Pierre Auguste Cot (1837–1883), a French painter of the Academic Classicism school
  • Colombia time zone, the time offset used in Colombia (corresponds yearlong to UTC-5)
  • Cot, a village in Cuhneşti Commune, Glodeni district, Moldova
  • Cot, a village in Climăuţii de Jos Commune, Şoldăneşti district, Moldova
  • Malbec grapes, known in the Loire Valley as Côt.
  • As a component of English place names, "cottage"
  • -cot, an abbreviation of cotyledon

Distinguish from


OLD FRENCH


Wiktionary

Up to date as of January 15, 2010

Definition from Wiktionary, a free dictionary

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Translingual

Symbol

cot

  1. A symbol of the trigonometric function cotangent.

Synonyms


English

Etymology

From Hindi

Pronunciation

Noun

Singular
cot

Plural
cots

cot (plural cots)

  1. (US) A simple bed, especially one for portable or temporary purposes; a camp bed.
  2. (nautical) A wooden bed frame, slung by its corners from a beam, in which officers slept before the introduction of bunks.
  3. A crib (child's bed).
  4. A finger cover uses to prevent static discharge.
  5. (archaic) A cottage or small homestead.

Translations

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Anagrams


Old English

Noun

cot (plural cotas)

  1. a cottage

Romanian

Etymology

Latin cubitus

Noun

cot n. (plural coate)

  1. elbow







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