(redirected from Coste)
Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
  • noun

Synonyms for costa

a riblike part of a plant or animal (such as a middle rib of a leaf or a thickened vein of an insect wing)

any of the 12 pairs of curved arches of bone extending from the spine to or toward the sternum in humans (and similar bones in most vertebrates)

References in periodicals archive ?
Coste mensual de cada tratamiento en cada modalidad de DR
th] 2015, Voyages CoSte is launching it's new snowmobile product on The White Road of the St.
stm) According to BBC News, Prince Albert II of Monaco admitted on July 6, 2005 through his lawyer Thierry Lacoste, that he is the father of Alexandre Coste.
Mr Coste said there may be an upside to the bad harvest - the quality of the wine produced will be good as it is expected to be more concentrated.
The tournament's other finalists were brothers Samuel Coste and Jeremy Coste of Salem, who placed first and second, respectively.
In French newspaper L'Equipe, Ben Arfa maintains that he was "virtually cut off from the world," after al Malik and his manager Fabien Coste introduced him to the religious group.
Two years later, the footballer once more streams out similarly false and defaming attacks, this time, at Abd al Malik and Fabien Coste.
STEAL TOM'S STYLE: Top from Burtons, H&M jeans, La Coste shoes, River Island bag Judith Watkins, 48, estate agent, from St Mellons, Cardiff WHAT better way to brighten up an all-white outfit than with a vibrant orange blazer, matching shoes and a multicoloured bag.
He revealed: "I am currently working on an art installation comprising of over 28,000 pieces of Waterford Crystal at Chteau la Coste, Aix en Provence, France.
Under his new strict instructions, the 53-year-old will apparently not be allowed to contact Nicole Coste, the Togo airhostess who gave birth to Albert's lovechild in 2003.
This year Ishigami won the Golden Lion for best solo project in the main exhibition--an event directed by his former boss, Kazuyo Sejima--with Architecture as Air: Study for Chateau la Coste, an almost invisible structure sabotaged one night by a stray cat and thus now part of Biennale lore.
Last winter, Anne-Lise Coste undertook a sort of exorcism of five years that she spent in clinical treatment during her youth.
At the same time in 2005, former Air France air hostess Nicole Coste, from Togo, proved that Albert was the father of her son Alexandre.
His accomplice was 6ft tall and was wearing a blue La Coste tracksuit and trainers and a "beanie" hat.
The agreement with the floating generators will last five years and energy companies Polar and Coste will invest US$100 million in the project, but they won't be available until April 1, 2009.