Cone vs Cond - What's the difference?

cone | cond |


As a noun cone

is cone.

As an adjective cond is

abbreviation of conditional.

As a verb cond is

(obsolete) to con (a ship).

Other Comparisons: What's the difference?

cone

English

(wikipedia cone)

Noun

(en noun)
  • (label) A surface of revolution formed by rotating a segment of a line around another line that intersects the first line.
  • (label) A solid of revolution formed by rotating a triangle around one of its altitudes.
  • (label) A space formed by taking the direct product of a given space with a closed interval and identifying all of one end to a point.
  • Anything shaped like a cone.The Illustrated Oxford Dictionary , Oxford University Press, 1998
  • The fruit of a conifer.
  • An ice cream cone.
  • A traffic cone
  • A unit of volume, applied solely to marijuana and only while it is in a smokable state; roughly 1.5 cubic centimetres, depending on use.
  • Any of the small cone-shaped structures in the retina.
  • (label) The bowl piece on a bong.
  • (label) The process of smoking cannabis in a bong.
  • (label) A cone-shaped cannabis joint.
  • (label) A passenger on a cruise ship (so-called by employees after traffic cones, from the need to navigate around them)
  • (label) Given a diagram F'' : ''J'' → ''C'', a ''cone'' consists of an object ''N'' of ''C'', together with a family of morphisms ψ''X'' : ''N'' → ''F''(''X'') indexed by all of the objects of ''J'', such that for every morphism ''f'' : ''X'' → ''Y'' in ''J'', F(f) \circ \psi_X = \psi_Y . Then ''N'' is the ''vertex'' of the ''cone'', whose ''sides'' are all the ψ''X'' indexed by Ob(''J'') and whose ''base'' is ''F''. The ''cone'' is said to be "from ''N'' to ''F''" and can be denoted as (''N , ψ).
  • «Let J'' be an index category which has an initial object ''I''. Let ''F'' be a diagram of type ''J'' in ''C''. Then category ''C'' contains a cone from ''F''(''I'') to ''F
    «If category C'' has a cone from ''N'' to ''F'' and a morphism from ''M'' to ''N'', then category ''C'' also has a cone from ''M'' to ''F
  • A shell of the genus Conus , having a conical form.
  • A set of formal languages with certain desirable closure properties, in particular those of the regular languages, the context-free languages and the recursively enumerable languages.
  • Synonyms

    * (geometry) conical surface * (ice cream cone) cornet, ice cream cone

    Derived terms

    {{der3, coneflower , conepiece , conic , conic section , ice cream cone , nose cone , traffic cone}}

    See also

    * quean * queen

    Verb

  • (label) To fashion into the shape of a .
  • (label) To segregate or delineate an area using traffic cones
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  • References

    Anagrams

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    cond

    English

    Etymology 1

    Adjective

  • Abbreviation of conditional.
  • Etymology 2

    (etyl) conduen, condien, (etyl) , from (etyl) (lena) conducere.

    Verb

    (en verb)
  • (obsolete) To con (a ship).
  • (Webster 1913) English abbreviations