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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.
Translations of “cc”
in Spanish centímetro cúbico…
in French cm3…
in German der Kubik(zenti)meter…
in Chinese (Traditional) 度量, 立方釐米…
in Russian копия, кубический сантиметр…
in Turkish karbon kopya, karbon kağıt, santi metreküp…
in Chinese (Simplified) 度量, 立方厘米…
in Polish kopia, cm3…
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