or Co·com

[ koh-kom ]

  1. a nontreaty organization of the NATO nations except Iceland, and with the addition of Japan, that sets rules on exports of strategic goods to Communist countries: formed in 1949.

Origin of COCOM


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

How to use COCOM in a sentence

  • The life of COCOM was saved by my uncle Miguel, and with him gratitude is more powerful than religion.

  • Jack made his appearance in the patio in the company of COCOM, whose presence he required in the delicate proposal he had to make.

  • At dawn all will be ready, and COCOM can so twist the thread that when the opal hangs motionless it will glow blue.

  • This was COCOM's idea in the matter, therefore he proceeded to put an image of Huitzilopochtli in the place occupied by the cross.

  • Perhaps something of his purpose showed itself in his eyes, for COCOM suddenly darted out of the chapel and disappeared.