conj. (context informal English) because
CUS may refer to:
- Cambridge Union Society
- Canadian Union of Students
- Catholic University School
- Chicago Union Station
- Commonwealth of Unrecognized States
- Concordia University System
- Confederation of Labour Unification (Spanish: ) in Nicaragua
- Contratto di Unione Solidale, a domestic partnership draft bill considered by Italy's XV Legislature
- Constitution of the United States
- Copper monosulfide (CuS)
- Urban Community of Strasbourg (French: )
- "C.U.S.", a song by Norther
- Cus D'Amato, American boxing manager and trainer who handled the careers of Mike Tyson, Floyd Patterson, and José Torres
Usage examples of "cus".
We'd been aware offish-farming as an environmental issue, but it was the company's attempts to hide its operations that got Mar cus interested.
But Herodi cus, being a trainer, and himself of a sickly constitution, by a combination of training and doctoring found out a way of tor turing first and chiefly himself, and secondly the rest of the world.
Thus far, we have spoken the truth concerning her as she appears at pres ent, but we must remember also that we have seen her only in a condition which may be compared to that of the sea-god Glau cus, whose original image can hardly be discerned because his natural members are broken off and crushed and damaged by the waves in all sorts of ways, and incrustations have grown over them of sea-weed and shells and stones, so that he is more like some monster than he is to his own natural form.
If Sherman Oliver was on the telephone with a Swiss banker, comme ci, comme ç.
Sully, who'd had six out since Vietnam (plus root canals almost beyond numbering), wiggled his hand from side to side in a comme ci, comme ca, gesture.