coax cable

coax cable
noun see coaxial cable

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • coax — I [[t]koʊks[/t]] v. t. 1) to attempt to influence by gentle persuasion, flattery, etc.; cajole: Maybe you can coax her to sing[/ex] 2) to obtain by coaxing: to coax a secret from someone[/ex] 3) to maneuver into a desired position or end by… …   From formal English to slang

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  • coax — I. transitive verb Etymology: earlier cokes, from cokes simpleton Date: 1581 1. obsolete fondle, pet 2. to influence or gently urge by caressing or flattering ; wheedle < coaxed him into going > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • coax — coax1 coaxer, n. coaxingly, adv. /kohks/, v.t. 1. to attempt to influence by gentle persuasion, flattery, etc.; cajole: He coaxed her to sing, but she refused. 2. to obtain by coaxing: We coaxed the secret from him. 3. to manipulate to a desired… …   Universalium

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