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Pronunciation of Cord: Learn how to pronounce Cord in English correctly

Learn how to say Cord correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word cord:

noun
a thick string or thin rope
any force acting as a tie or bond
a measure of wood cut for fuel, equal to 128 cubic feet (3.6 m3), as arranged in a pile 8 feet (2.4 m) long, 4 feet (1.2 m) high, and 4 feet (1.2 m) wide see also face cord
a rib on the surface of a fabric
cloth with a ribbed surface; corduroy
([pl.]) corduroy trousers
(anatomy) any part resembling a cord ⇒ the spinal cord, vocal cords, umbilical cord
(electricity) a slender, flexible, insulated electrical cable, as one fitted at one end with an electrical plug to connect a lamp to an outlet
transitive verb
to fasten, connect, or provide with a cord or cords
to stack (wood) in cords
Word Origin
ME & OFr corde L chorda Gr chordē, catgut, chord, cord IE base * gher-, intestine yarn; (sense 3) from use of a cord in measuring