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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
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kuru Hindistan ceviz içi

copra

[ˈkɒprə] Ncopra f

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copra

[ˈkɒprə] ncopra

copra

(ˈkoprə) , ((American) ˈka:-) noun
the dried kernel of the coconut which gives coconut oil.
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Tyrimo metu naudojant SAW, MEW ir COPRAS daugiakriterinius metodus buvo apskaiciuotas ir isrinktas optimalus variantas is pateiktu sesiu langu ir skirtingu isoriniu sienu dydziu variantu.
According to calculation results applying COPRAS, TOPSIS and WASPAS methods, the alternatives are ranked as [a.
Integrated assessment of technical, economic and environmental aspects, as well as the dimension of social issues and values is possible by choosing and using appropriate multiple analysis methods, such as COPRAS (the multiple criteria complex utility degree and market value determination method) used in this research.
2007) Multi-attribute assessment of road design solutions by using the COPRAS method, The Baltic Journal of Road and Bridge Engineering, 2(4), pp.
2011) COPRAS (COmplex Passive house model for PRoportional ASsessment quantitative and of alternatives) qualitative analyses and its intelligent system (Kaklauskas et al.
The multicriteria evaluation of the Baltic States and Poland Metodas, reiksme, vieta VS Vieta GV Vieta SAW Estija 11 2 0,253 2 0,249 Latvija 16 4 0,219 3 0,231 Lietuva 10 1 0,287 1 0,307 Lenkija 13 3 0,211 4 0,213 Metodas, reiksme, vieta Vieta COPRAS Vieta TOPSIS Vieta Estija 2 0,249 2 0,436 3 Latvija 3 0,231 3 0,471 2 Lietuva 1 0,307 1 0,792 1 Lenkija 4 0,213 4 0,262 4
2011) Risk analysis of critical infrastructures using fuzzy COPRAS, Ekonomska IstrazivanjaEconomic Research, 24(4), pp.
The COPRAS (Multi-attribute COmplex PRoportional ASsessment of alternatives) method was developed in 1996 by researchers of Vilnius Gediminas Technical University Zavadskas and Kaklauskas (1996).
COPRAS, introduced by Zavadskas and Kaklauskas (1996), is a appropriate tool that its applicability and capability is demonstrated by different researchers (Kaklauskas et al.
SAW, TOPSIS and VIKOR methods are selected for the assessment of partial competitive strategies, refusing three other widely applied multicriteria techniques: Sum of Ranks and Geometric Average are rejected because of ignoring weights of criteria (that would distort the results of evaluation); COPRAS is inappropriate because all the criteria are assumed to be maximizing.