P.O.


Definition: Meaning of, P.O. in English to English dictionary.

Pronunciation: / piː /

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  1. a noncommissioned officer in the Navy or Coast Guard with a rank comparable to sergeant in the Army
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P.O. used in phrases

  • Gunpowder Plot (noun)
    1. a conspiracy in 1605 in England to blow up James I and the Houses of Parliament to avenge the persecution of Catholics in England; led by Guy Fawkes
  • Gunpowder Plot, the
    1. a plan by English Catholics led by Guy Fawkes to kill King James I and destroy Parliament by blowing it up with explosives on November 5th 1605. The plan failed when one of the Catholics warned a relative not to attend Parliament that day and all the people in the Plot were caught and killed. People in the UK remember the event every November 5th on GUY FAWKES' NIGHT .
  • PROM
    1. computing programmable read-only memory
  • Pnom Penh (noun)
    1. the capital and largest city of Kampuchea
  • Pooh
  • Standard and Poor's (noun)
    1. a broadly based stock market index
  • Standard and Poor's Index (noun)
    1. a broadly based stock market index
  • Winnie the Pooh
    1. (1926) a famous book for children by A.A. MILNE, about a boy called Christopher Robin and his TEDDY BEAR Winnie-the-Pooh, who is also called Pooh or Pooh Bear . Pooh is not very clever or brave, but he is very happy and helpful and has lots of friends, including EEYORE, PIGLET, and Tigger. He likes inventing songs and poems and his favourite food is HONEY .
  • car pool (noun)
    1. a group of people who agree to travel together to work, school etc in one car and share the cost
    2. a group of cars that a company or organization owns for its workers or members to use
  • cattle prod (noun)
    1. a type of stick that gives cattle an electric shock when it touches them, used to make them move
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Pronunciation: ˈsɪŋkrənaɪzə
Parts of Speech: noun
especially an instrument that enables a pilot to synchronize the propellers of a plane that has two or more engines an instrument that indicates whether two periodic motions are synchronous