Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- [⟨ Brazil (Pg. Brazil, Sp. Brasil, etc.: see brazil) + -ian.] Pertaining to Brazil, an empire and the largest country of South America: as, Brazilian productions.
- n. A native or an inhabitant of Brazil.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Of or pertaining to Brazil.
- n. a native or inhabitant of Brazil
- adj. of or relating to or characteristic of Brazil or the people of Brazil
“In order to communicate the blog www. feriasfrustradas.com.br (frustrated vacations) - a blog where people write vacations experiences which went wrong the "best" one is awarded - several bottles were places in brazilian beaches, these bottles contained a written story of a man lost in a deserted island, he was asking for the people who foun the bottle to subscribe his story to the blog, in order to win the contest and be rescued.”
“Never ever trust a brazilian is a rule of common sense ... when negotiating and / or doing business with them!”
“Terreno Baldio may be called the brazilian Gentle Giant because their music resembles GG but, unlike the english band, the Terreno music is muck more energetic, straight to the point and have a heavier music somehow.”
“Better than ANY Gentle Giant album, besides being called the brazilian Gentle Giant”
“We have a "brazilian" restaurant here in Ags. The meat is pretty much like Brazil, but the rest of the dishes weren't like anything we ever ate in our ten years in Brazil -- nor were they like anything we'd eaten in Mexico.”
“He is simply tedious, the "brazilian" episode representing an unbeatable nadir.”
“A De Luxe version including a bonus slide-in 'brazilian' vagina and”
“PS: You have a brazilian reader. on 05 Aug 2009 at 10: 13 pm Missy S”
“On thing I know is that many brazilian and international girls will be in town for the summer and in the past they have flocked to the U. S theaters imagine how many more of them there will b in summer helping the gross margin of the movie.”
“Finally, he composed himself and asked, ‘Just how many is a brazilian?’”
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