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conn

[ kon ]
/ kɒn /
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verb (used with object)
noun
responsibility for the steering of a ship.
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Origin of conn

First recorded in 1800–10

Other definitions for conn (2 of 2)

Conn.

abbreviation
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How to use conn in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for conn (1 of 3)

conn
/ (kɒn) /

verb, noun
a variant spelling (esp US) of con 4

British Dictionary definitions for conn (2 of 3)

Conn
/ (kɒn) /

noun
2nd century ad, king of Leinster and high king of Ireland

British Dictionary definitions for conn (3 of 3)

Conn.

abbreviation for
Connecticut
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