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co·pra

 (kō′prə, kŏp′rə)
n.
The dried white flesh of the coconut from which coconut oil is extracted.

[Portuguese, from Malayalam koppara.]

copra

(ˈkɒprə)
n
(Botany) the dried, oil-yielding kernel of the coconut
[C16: from Portuguese, from Malayalam koppara, probably from Hindi khoprā coconut]

cop•ra

(ˈkɒp rə, ˈkoʊ prə)

n.
the dried meat of the coconut from which coconut oil is expressed.
[1575–85; < Portuguese < Malayalam koppara < Hindi khoprā coconut]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.copra - the dried meat of the coconut from which oil is extractedcopra - the dried meat of the coconut from which oil is extracted
cocoanut, coconut - large hard-shelled oval nut with a fibrous husk containing thick white meat surrounding a central cavity filled (when fresh) with fluid or milk
coconut, coconut meat - the edible white meat of a coconut; often shredded for use in e.g. cakes and curries
Translations
لُب جَوز الهِند المُجَفَّـف
copra
kopra
kopra
kopra
kopra
kókoshnetukjarni
kopra
kopra
kopra
kopra
kuru Hindistan ceviz içi

copra

[ˈkɒprə] Ncopra f

copra

nKopra f

copra

[ˈkɒprə] ncopra

copra

(ˈkoprə) , ((American) ˈka:-) noun
the dried kernel of the coconut which gives coconut oil.
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Application of neutrosophic set to multicriteria decision making by COPRAS.
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The COPRAS (COmplex PRoportional Assessment) method is presented by Zavadskas and Kaklauskas (Zavadskas et al.
4 lenteleje pateiktos apibendrintu kriteriju reiksmes, gautos taikant keturis MCDA metodus SAW, TOPSIS, COPRAS ir PROMETHEE II.
Multiple criteria group decision-making for supplier selection based on COPRAS method with interval type-2 fuzzy sets.
Next the research used fuzzy VIKOR, ARAS-F and fuzzy COPRAS for ranking the companies according to best financial performance.
As a consequence of the findings of this paper and as the result of criteria-based evaluation on operational requirements against the comprehensive list of MCDA methods presented in Appendix 1, TOPSIS and COPRAS emerged as suitable methods for the e-Procurement DSS in the Maldivian context.
COPRAS method is widely used for evaluation of complex processes by quantitative multi-criteria methods (Chatterjee et al.
Podvezko (2011), lygindamas SAW ir COPRAS metodus, nustate ir matematiskai pagrinde, kad COPRAS turi svarbiu savybiu, leidzianciu tiksliau ivertinti skaiciavimu rezultatus.
2008a, 2008b; Kalibatas and Turskis 2008); TOPSIS (Hwang and Yoon 1981); VIKOR--compromise ranking method (Opricovic 1998; Opricovic and Tzeng 2004); COPRAS (Zavadskas et al.