noun, plural os·sa [os-uh] /ˈɒs ə/.
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noun, plural o·ra [awr-uh, ohr-uh] /ˈɔr ə, ˈoʊr ə/.
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noun, plural o·sar [oh-sahr] /ˈoʊ sɑr/.
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noun, plural O's or Os; o's or os or oes.
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noun, plural O's.
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Examples from the Web for os
Losing your iPhone in a taxi is an ancient form of losing the OS you love.
OS X is needed to run Final Cut Pro, a state-of-the-art video editing software, and Linux is used to hack into wireless networks.
Down the road I would not be surprised if Apple finds a way to merge iOS and OS X into a single unified operating system.
In the new 30-million-iPhones-strong Apple universe, OS X is old school.
From the occiput to the os frontis, his head was quite level and extraordinarily long.
If the os uteri be still undilated, and the hmorrhage going on, the plug must be returned.A System of Midwifery|Edward Rigby
Claude os, aperi oculos—Keep thy mouth shut, 50 but thy eyes open.
In some cases I have been induced, from the symptoms, to believe that the placenta was at the os uteri when it was not.
If there is extensive comminution of the os calcis or astragalus, the malleoli may be a little lower than normal.Surgery, with Special Reference to Podiatry|Maximilian Stern