Definition of 'cordon'
Example sentences containing 'cordon'
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The cordon made a wide avenue; people lined it, flags everywhere. SEIZE THE RECKLESS WIND (2003)Downstairs again, Ed met her with the news that a cordon had been thrown around the cemetery. A MEANS TO EVIL (2003)Sleep was a cordon keeping life at bay -- which was exactly where Diego thought it should be kept. MUSIC FOR BOYS (2003)
Trends of 'cordon'
Used Occasionally. cordon is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'cordon'
British English: cordon NOUN
A cordon is a line or ring of police, soldiers, or vehicles preventing people from entering or leaving an area.
Police formed a cordon between the two crowds.
Definition of cordon from the Collins English Dictionary
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