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cor

(kɔː)
interj
slang Brit an exclamation of surprise, amazement, or admiration
[C20: corruption of God]

cor-

var. of com- before r : correlate.

Cor.

1. Corinthians.
2. Coroner.

cor.

1. corner.
2. coroner.
3. corpus.
4. correct.
5. correction.
Translations

cor

[kɔːʳ] EXCL (Brit) → ¡caramba!
cor blimey!¡Dios mío!

cor

[ˈkɔːr] excl (British)mince alors!

cor

interj (Brit inf) → Mensch (inf), → Mann (sl)

cor

[kɔːʳ] excl (Brit) (also cor blimey!) → perbacco!
References in periodicals archive ?
Cor triatriatum sinistrum is a rare congenital malformation, accounting for 0.
A) Two-dimensional transthoracic echocardiography revealing dilated right atrium and ventricle, atrial septal defect and a membrane at the left atrium, B, C) Two-dimensional transesophageal echocardiography confirming cor triatriatum sinister and atrial septal defect, D) Three-dimensional transesophageal echocardiography revealing a single opening on the fibromuscular membrane.
We reported this year how Oscar's parents, Toni Denholm and Maughan, were overjoyed with the Freeman Hospital, in Newcastle, who saved their son after he was born with a defect called cor triatriatum, where an extra membrane created three chambers in the left of his heart.
Transthoracic echocardiogram revealed a left ventricular ejection fraction of 45% and an "incidental" finding of cor triatriatum of the left atrium (Figure 2).
Cor triatriatum is a rare congenital malformation where the atrium is divided into two chambers.
Given that both alcohol consumption and cor triatriatum are associated with atrial fibrillation, it is unclear if the presence of the congenital abnormality put the patient at a higher risk of arrhythmias.
Cor triatriatum sinistrum is a rare congenital cardiac anomaly especially in adulthood.
Cor triatriatum sinister is a rare condition in which the clinical features on presentation can mimic those of mitral stenosis due to the obstructive properties of the membrane.
The other congenital cardiac anomalies like atrial septal defect, patent foramen ovale and pulmonary venous return anomalies may also accompany the cor triatriatum.
Transesophageal echocardiogram (TEE) was performed and the diagnosis cor triatriatum was confirmed.
The diagnosis of Al type of cor triatriatum according to Rodefeld classification was established.
Traditionally cor triatriatum was encountered most often in infancy and childhood; diagnosis in adulthood is extremely rare.