Definition for ccs (2 of 2)

cc

[ see-see ]
/ ˌsiˈsi /

verb (used with object), cc'ed or cc'd, cc·'ing.

to send a duplicate of a document, email, or the like to: I always cc my boss when I write a memo to my staff.
to send (a duplicate of a document, email, or the like) to someone: Jim, please cc this to each of the department heads.

Origin of cc

initialism for carbon copy; with reference to the former use of carbon paper to make copies, now replaced by electronic or photocopied documents
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British Dictionary definitions for ccs (1 of 3)

cc

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c.c.


abbreviation for

carbon copy or copies
Southern African close corporation
cubic centimetre(s)

British Dictionary definitions for ccs (2 of 3)

cc

2

the internet domain name for

Cocos Islands

British Dictionary definitions for ccs (3 of 3)

CC


abbreviation for

City Council
(in Britain) Competition Commission
County Council
Cricket Club
Companion of the Order of Canada
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Word Origin and History for ccs

cc


1936 as abbreviation of carbon copy in business correspondence.

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Medicine definitions for ccs

cc


abbr.

chief complaint
cubic centimeter
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Science definitions for ccs

cc


Abbreviation of cubic centimeter
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Culture definitions for ccs

cc


An abbreviation for cubic centimeter — the volume of a cube that has edges one centimeter long.

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