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English definition of “cc”

cc

noun uk   /ˌsiːˈsiː/ us  

cc noun (MEASURE)

abbreviation for cubic centimetre: a 750cc motorcycle

cc noun (COPIES)

abbreviation for carbon copy: written at the end of a business letter or in an email before the names of the people who will receive a copy

cc

verb [T] uk   /ˌsiːˈsiː/ us  
to send a copy of a business letter or an email to someone: I hate it when people cc me on emails that have nothing to do with me.
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