American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A rocky hill south of Mexico City, Mexico. It was the site of a major American victory (September 12-13, 1847) during the Mexican War.
- n. a pitched battle in the Mexican War that resulted in a major victory for American forces over Mexican forces at a locality south of Mexico City (1847)
“Chapultepec' is a few blocks east of the museum, and would require one change, at 'Salto del Agua' (assuming you are starting from Metro Bellas Artes).”
“A skyscraper in Chapultepec - Lida believes the only place left for Mexico City's burgeoning population to go is up.”
“Fathers still take sons to see their monument in Chapultepec Park.”
“Yesterday I was standing on a bus on the way home from a concert in Chapultepec Park.”
“Friday Morning On Friday, we walked to the Castle in Chapultepec Park -- very close to our hotel.”
“The couple settled in Chapultepec Castle just outside Mexico City and Maximilian wasted no time in advancing some of his policies for change.”
“In 1878 the National Astronomical Observatory was established in Chapultepec Castle, then on the outskirts of Mexico City.”
“The area between the Paseo de la Reforma and Avenida Chapultepec is technically the Zona Rosa, the pink zone.”
“You can take a taxi, or the micro buses along Avenida Chapultepec from the Zona Rosa area (the street changes names and becomes Fray Servando) - on which the Market can be found.”
“Well, then, do you think that crack upon the crown of my head that I got in Chapultepec has not injured my intellect?”
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