corecore1 /kɔː $ kɔːr/ ●●○W3AWL noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 1fruitHBPMIDDLE the hard central part of a fruit such as an apple 🔊 Remove the cores, and bake the apples for 40 minutes.2most important partMAIN the most important or central part of somethingcore of 🔊 The core of the book focuses on the period between 1660 and 1857. 🔊 Debt is at the core of the problem.3peopleGROUP OF PEOPLE a number of people who form a group which is very important to an organization 🔊 The business needs a new core of trained administrators. 🔊 a core group of clients →hard core4 →to the core5HEGplanet the central part of the Earth or any other planet6nuclear reactorHPTP the central part of a nuclearreactor
core• Peel it, quarter it, core it, cut it in pieces and then poach it in a sugarsyrup.• Core the apple and cut into ¼-inchslices.• Peel and core the apples and cut into quarters.• Peel and core the fruit, cut it into crescent-moon slices and put it into the dish.From Longman Business Dictionarycorecore1 /kɔːkɔːr/ noun [countable]a part of something that is important in relation to its growth, future etccore ofThe business park has created a core of new technology businesses in a city long affected by economic decline.A core of major states support the national organization’s plan. → see alsohard corecorecore2 adjectivecore business/activity/productCOMMERCE the business, activity etc that makes the most money for a company and that is considered to be its most important and central oneUS car maker Chrysler is to sell off its $1 billion technology arm to concentrate resources on its core business.