- a skilled manual worker, or a manual worker with responsibility for other people
- (as adjective)C2 worker
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Examples from the Web for c2
Perhaps the most interesting and indeed relevant of this is the C2 (or Command and Control) addresses found in the malware.No, North Korea Didn’t Hack Sony
December 24, 2014
The next step, Level C, had only two options: either he was away for some other reason (C1), or he had gone to see the Devi (C2).
C2 was clearly preferable, since the disparate strands needed to entwine.
Lateral spines (c2 and c4) little smaller, but with two very unequal horns (the anterior shorter than the posterior).
Take one of the side stones of c2 out for a moment, as at d.The Stones of Venice, Volume I (of 3)
Let us call it −c2, where c will be of the dimensions of a velocity.The Concept of Nature
Alfred North Whitehead
The train of gearing thus driven is composed of gears c1, c2 and c5, the latter being on the cutter arbor.
Again b2, the lobe c1 (its lowest lobe in relation to B) is larger than c2; and so also in b1.The Crown of Wild Olive