Definition of "cum" []

  • Together with; plus. Often used in combination: our attic-cum-studio. (preposition)
  • Vulgar Slang Variant of come. (noun)
  • Used between two nouns to designate an object of a combined nature (preposition)

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Use "cum" in a sentence
  • "Matcr cnim c (l inccrta ad dignofccndum, an conceperit cx cottu martti, an vcro adulteri, cum fuppona - 'tur pro co temporc cobabitarc' .cum marito, prout colligt potcft ex tcxtu in i."
  • "He was what they call a cum laude something or other."
  • "Welcome to the new McCain cum Schmidt cum Rove campaign."