- California (approved especially for use with zip code).
- chronological age.
- to call, as to call an animal toward one; urge forward by calling.
Origin of ca'
- variant of ker-.
Origin of ca.
- capital account.
- cash account.
- credit account.
- current account.
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Contemporary Examples of ca
“Then I learned he can't spell and is a manager at a CPK,” she said.
Now it can't open on my phone due to what appears to be software incompatibility.
So when he told me, 'You can come to my show, but you can't come to see Phoebe, and you can't come to see Riccardo, that was odd.Kanye West and Kim Kardashian’s Balmain Campaign: High Fashion Meets Low Culture
December 23, 2014
“Sorry I can't give you more, but at this time our office has no comment,” his spokesman, Sergio Gor, said.Presidential Hopeful Rand Paul Backs Obama on Cuba Deal
December 18, 2014
Capra is sorry he can't attend but wants both Hitch and Alma to know he is thinking of them.Alfred Hitchcock’s Fade to Black: The Great Director’s Final Days
December 13, 2014
Historical Examples of ca
Can't tell; you don't know how big pills she's been smokin'.
Tell Mrs. Van Geist if she can't come down, I'll run up to her.
And I can't have any one with troubles on this Cunarder—not for the next thirty days.
You can't get them too cold for Perce at breakfast, nowadays.
He can't acquire the gift, and no more can a chap acquire this gift.
- Central America
- chartered accountant
- chief accountant
- consular agent
- (in Britain) Consumers' Association
Word Origin for ca.
- capital account
- credit account
- current account
- The symbol for the elementcalcium
- chronologic age
- cytosine arabinoside
- The symbol for calcium.
- A silvery-white, moderately hard metallic element of the alkaline-earth group that occurs in limestone and gypsum. It is a basic component of leaves, bones, teeth, and shells, and is essential for the normal growth and development of most animals and plants. Calcium is used to make plaster, cement, and alloys. Atomic number 20; atomic weight 40.08; melting point 842 to 848°C; boiling point 1,487°C; specific gravity 1.55; valence 2. See Periodic Table.