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

"cone" in British English

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conenoun [C]

uk   /kəʊn/  us   /koʊn/

cone noun [C] (SHAPE)

a ​shape with a ​flat, round or ​ovalbase and a ​top that ​becomesnarrower until it ​forms a ​point: a traffic cone

cone noun [C] (TREE)

the hard oval-shaped ​fruit of a conifer

cone noun [C] (FOOD)

a ​container made of very ​lightthinbiscuit, or one of these ​containing ice cream : an ​icecream cone
(Definition of cone from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"cone" in American English

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conenoun [C]

 us   /koʊn/
geometry a ​solidshape with a round ​base that narrows to a ​point at the ​top geometry A cone is also any ​objectshaped like a cone, some of which are ​hollow and ​open at the end: icecream in a ​waffle cone geometry A cone is also an ice-cream cone geometry A cone is also the hard, ​ovalfruit of an ​evergreentree.
(Definition of cone from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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