Con

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Con means "with", in Italian and English (see Italian musical terms used in English). Con may also refer to:

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  • Con (name)
  • Confidence trick, also known as con, scam, or flim flam; con is also a person who perpetrates a confidence trick
  • Conn (nautical), also spelled con, the command of movement of a ship at sea
  • Consider (MUD), the ability to evaluate an opponent in MUDs
  • Contact lens, in Hong Kong English
  • Contra (or against), as in the original Latin phrase pro et contra
  • Convention (meeting)
  • Convict, as in con, a person who has been convicted of a crime, or ex-con, a person who has completed their prison sentence
    • Convicted felon, a person who has been convicted of a felony crime in a court of law

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