cc Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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Meaning of “cc” in the English Dictionary

"cc" in British English

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ccnoun

uk   us   /ˌsiːˈsiː/

cc noun (MEASURE)

abbreviation forcubiccentimetre: a 750cc ​motorcycle

cc noun (COPIES)

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

ccverb [T]

uk   us   /ˌsiːˈsiː/
to ​send a ​copy of a ​businessletter or an ​email to someone: I ​hate it when ​people cc me on ​emails that have nothing to do with me.
(Definition of cc from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"cc" in American English

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ccnoun [C]

 /ˌsiˈsi/
abbreviation for cubic centimeter
(Definition of cc from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"cc" in Business English

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ccnoun

uk   us   COMMUNICATIONS, INTERNET
abbreviation forcarboncopy: written on a ​letter, ​email, etc. before the ​name or ​emailaddress of someone who will receive a ​copy

ccverb [T]

uk   us   COMMUNICATIONS, INTERNET
to ​send a ​copy of a ​letter, ​email, etc. to someone in ​addition to the ​person it is ​addressed to: cc sth to sb Make sure you cc that ​memo to the rest of the ​team.
(Definition of cc from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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