cog

Definitions

General English

Cars & Driving

  • noun a gear

Construction

  • In a cogged joint, the portion of wood left where a beam has been notched.
  • A nib on roofing tiles.

Slang

  • verb to move, go, act energetically. The word also occurs in the verbs give it some cog and ‘get cogging’. The term, used in this way, particularly in working-class speech, is derived from subsense b of the noun form.

Electronics

  • acronym forchip-on-glass
    (written as COG)
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