American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- An island in the Canary Islands of Spain in the Atlantic Ocean. It is the largest island in the group.
- n. The largest of the seven Canary Islands.
- n. a Spanish island in the Atlantic off the northwestern coast of Africa; the largest of the Canary Islands
“And, why not take a week off to go diving in Tenerife, and leave the child with grandparents?”
“Our first New Years Eve we spent in Tenerife … in fact every New Years Eve we lived there we went to Adeje.”
“With locations in Tenerife, Wales and Ethiopia, the visual effects team had a vast canvas from which to work.”
“Last Tuesday, we posted a piece on the illegal immigration crisis on the Canary Islands, retailing how more than 1,400 immigrant had arrived in Tenerife and Gran Canaria in the previous week, making 2,000 landing in the month, mostly from Senegal and Mali.”
“This is Europe's problem too," went the refrain, after more than 1,400 immigrant had arrived in Tenerife and Gran Canaria in the previous week, making 2,000 landing in the month, mostly from Senegal and Mali.”
“Van Rijn told me that he now lived in Tenerife, in self-exile with his wife and two of his children, in a villa with a view of the sea.”
“The morning after we met in Tenerife, Van Rijn came up to my room at the Mencey and dropped his briefcase on the bed.”
“I will think about it, next time I'll take picture in Tenerife:)”
“They saw a great fire issue from the mountain of the island of Tenerife, which is of great height.”
“Racing and Zaragoza share 32 points - six more than 18th-place Tenerife, which is in the last relegation spot.”
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