1in combination (in units of measurement) kilo-‘a distance of 700 kpc’
2see K (abbreviation)
1A constant in a formula or equation.
1The eleventh letter of the alphabet.thousand dollars, thousand pounds
- 1.1Denoting the next after J in a set of items, categories, etc.
1Cambodia (international vehicle registration).
Kilobyte(s)‘it uses only 10K of RAM’
4Kilometre(s)‘a 10K fun run’
5informal OK.‘K, I'm back’
6North American Kindergarten.‘school districts may hire uncertified pre-K teachers’
7King (used especially in describing play in card games and recording moves in chess)‘declarer overruffed with ♦K and led another spade’‘18.Ke2’
8Knit (as an instruction in knitting patterns)‘K 42 rows’
9Köchel (catalogue of Mozart's works)‘the Sinfonia Concertante, K364’
10(also k)informal Thousand (used chiefly in expressing salaries or other sums of money)‘he earns about £50K a year’
The chemical element potassium.