or cie.

  1. company.

Origin of Cie.

From the French word Compagnie

Words Nearby Cie. Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use Cie. in a sentence

  • Erlanger et Cie., of Paris, had purchased the state bonds at 95 cents in gold.

  • Mechanical experts representing Schneider et Cie. were on hand at all times to help solve difficulties as they arose.

  • They proved that, unlike Clotilde et Cie., she did not paint her face: that she was altogether a different order of being.

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  • Subio a los cie los, y esta asentado ala diestra de dios padre todo poderoso, dende uerna ajuzgar alos uiuos y alos muertos.

  • Rosa's eye caught the sum total of Madame Cie's bill, and she turned pale.

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British Dictionary definitions for Cie (1 of 2)


abbreviation for
  1. compagnie

Origin of Cie

French: company

British Dictionary definitions for CIE (2 of 2)


abbreviation for
  1. Commission Internationale de l'Éclairage

  2. Companion of the Indian Empire

  1. (in the Irish Republic) Coras Iompair Eireann

Origin of CIE

(for sense 2) French: International Lighting Commission; (for sense 3) Irish Gaelic: Transport Organization of Ireland

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