(in dictionaries) a word, phrase, abbreviation, symbol, affix, name, etc., listed with its definition or explanation in alphabetical order or listed for identification after the word from which it is derived or to which it is related.
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- vocal cord,
- vocal cord nodules,
- vocal cords,
- vocal fold
Origin of vocabulary entry
First recorded in 1930–35
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