cor·don
[kawr-dn]
NOUN
1.
a line of police, sentinels, military posts, warships, etc., enclosing or guarding an area.
2.
a cord or braid worn for ornament or as a fastening.
3.
a ribbon worn usually diagonally across the breast as a badge of a knightly or honorary order.
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6.
a fruit tree or shrub trained to grow along a support or a series of such supports.
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Cordon definition, a line of police, sentinels, military posts, warships, etc., enclosing or guarding an area. See more.

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cordon meaning: 1. a line of police, soldiers, vehicles, etc. positioned around a particular area in order to prevent people from entering it: 2. a line of police, ...

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Cordon definition is - an ornamental cord or ribbon. How to use cordon in a ... See the full definition for cordon in the English Language Learners Dictionary.

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Define cordon (noun) and get synonyms. What is cordon (noun)? cordon (noun) meaning, pronunciation and more by Macmillan Dictionary.

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Definition of cordon - a line or circle of police, soldiers, or guards preventing access to or from an area or building, a fruit tree trained to grow as.

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Define cordon. cordon synonyms, cordon pronunciation, cordon translation, English dictionary definition of cordon. n. 1. A line of people, military posts, or ships ...

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That yellow police tape and group of officers encircling the crime scene? That's a kind of cordon — something set up to guard something.

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Jan 11, 2011 ... In the game, a flamekeeper cordon is a red glove with a black wristband, and on this wristband appears an orange worm-like figure. It is a level ...

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English Translation of “cordon” | The official Collins French-English Dictionary online. Over 100000 English translations of French words and phrases.