1. subsequent following in time or order
  2. proconvertin a coagulation factor formed in the kidney under the influence of vitamin K
  3. torque converter converter for transmitting and amplifying torque
  4. rotary converter electrical converter consisting of a synchronous machine that converts alternating to direct current or vice versa
  5. Bessemer converter a refractory-lined furnace used to convert pig iron into steel by the Bessemer process
  6. press conference a conference at which press and tv reporters ask questions of a politician or other celebrity
  7. data converter converter for changing information from one code to another
  8. convert change the nature, purpose, or function of something
  9. leap second a second (as measured by an atomic clock) added to or subtracted from Greenwich Mean Time in order to compensate for slowing in the Earth's rotation
  10. Lepus californicus the common jackrabbit of grasslands and open areas of western United States; has large black-tipped ears and black streak on the tail
  11. reconvert convert back
  12. news conference a conference at which press and tv reporters ask questions of a politician or other celebrity
  13. converse carry on a discussion
  14. passion fruit egg-shaped tropical fruit of certain passionflower vines
  15. Hippodamia convergens a variety of ladybug
  16. Cape Canaveral a sandy promontory (formerly Cape Kennedy) extending into the Atlantic Ocean from a barrier island off the eastern coast of Florida; the site of a NASA center for spaceflight
  17. pulse counter an electronic counter that counts the number of electric pulses
  18. genus Conferva type genus of Tribonemaceae
  19. pyelonephritis inflammation of the kidney and its pelvis caused by bacterial infection
  20. class Coniferopsida cone-bearing gymnosperms dating from the Carboniferous period; most are substantial trees; includes the classes Pinopsida (subdivision Pinophytina) and Ginkgopsida (subdivision Ginkgophytina) and Taxopsida (subdivision Taxophytina) which in turn include the surviving orders Coniferales and Taxales (yews) and sometimes Ginkgoales as well as extinct orders such as Cordaitales (of the Carboniferous and Permian)