cord

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cord is part of the Basic English 850.

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Singular
cord

Plural
cords

An electrical cord
  1. A long, thin rope or wire.
    She tied the package with a cord.
    Plug this cord into the outlet.
  2. A measure of firewood.
    He can chop two cords each day.

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