Cosy
Cosy \Co"sy\ (k?"z?), a. See {Cozy}. [1913 Webster]

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  • cosy — cosy …   Dictionnaire des rimes

  • CoSy — can refer to: CoSy, an early computer conferencing system developed by the University of Guelph CoSy, a compiler development system developed by ACE Associated Compiler Experts CoSy, the Cognitive Systems large scale robotics project. CoSy, open… …   Wikipedia

  • Cosy — can refer to: Cosy catastrophe, post apocalyptic science fiction style Tea cosy, cloth or wool teapot cover rack. NMR correlation spectroscopy (COSY) See also Cozy (disambiguation) CoSy (disambiguation) This disambiguation page lists articles… …   Wikipedia

  • cosy — (US cozy) ► ADJECTIVE (cosier, cosiest) 1) comfortable, warm, and secure. 2) not seeking or offering challenge or difficulty: the cosy belief that man is master. ► NOUN (pl. cosies) ▪ a cover to keep a teapot or a boiled egg hot …   English terms dictionary

  • Cosy — (Аннеси,Франция) Категория отеля: Адрес: 11 rue du Pâquier, 74000 Аннеси, Франция …   Каталог отелей

  • COSY — COSY,   Abkürzung für englisch cooler synchrotron (»Kühlersynchrotron«), 1993 am Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH in Betrieb gegangene Beschleuniger und Speicherringanlage zur Erzeugung hochenergetischen Protonenstrahlen. Als Vorbeschleuniger dient… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • cosy — as an adjective meaning ‘comfortable’ and a noun meaning ‘a cover for a teapot’, is spelt cosy in BrE and in other varieties except AmE, which prefers cozy. To cosy up to someone meaning ‘to ingratiate oneself (with)’, is originally AmE, and is… …   Modern English usage

  • CoSy —   [Abk. für Conferencing System, dt. »Konferenzsystem«], eine textbasierte Konferenzsystem Software (Konferenz, Chat), die in den USA vor allem im pädagogischen Bereich, z. B. an Schulen und Universitäten, eingesetzt wird …   Universal-Lexikon

  • cosy — chiefly British form of COZY (Cf. cozy) (q.v.) …   Etymology dictionary

  • cosy — /kˈozi, ingl. ˈkəuzɪ/ agg. inv. confortevole, accogliente, intimo …   Sinonimi e Contrari. Terza edizione

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