American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A member of any of a group of South American Indian peoples living along the coast of Brazil, in the Amazon River valley, and in Paraguay.
- n. The Tupian language of the Tupi.
- n. The Tupi tribe of South America, in French Guiana.
- n. The language of this tribe.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. An Indian of the tribe from which the Tupian stock takes its name, dwelling, at the advent of the Portuguese, about the mouth of the Amazon. Also, their language, which is the basis of the Indian trade language of the Amazon.
- n. a member of the South American Indian people living in Brazil and Paraguay
- n. the language spoken by the Tupi of Brazil and Paraguay
“Last year, pilot production at the Lula field, formerly called Tupi, started.”
“Among the so-called subsalt discoveries, the biggest is Tupi, which is estimated to contain between five and eight billion barrels of oil.”
“The first field discovered in 2007, called Tupi, has between five billion and eight billion barrels, making it the biggest single Western Hemisphere find in at least three decades.”
“The first discovery, a field called Tupi, is believed to have between five billion and eight billion barrels of reserves.”
“The Lula field, formerly known as Tupi, holds an estimated 6.5 billion barrels of recoverable oil and equivalents.”
“Announced in 2007, the Lula field - originally called Tupi - was Brazil's first major pre-salt discovery and is estimated to have 6.5 billion recoverable barrels of oil.”
“Lula, formerly known as Tupi, holds an estimated 6.5 billion barrels of recoverable oil and equivalents.”
“Brazil's Lula field, formerly known as Tupi, holds an estimated 6.5 billion barrels of recoverable oil and equivalents.”
“Lula field, formerly known as Tupi, the biggest discovery in the Americas in 30 years.”
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