Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A group of houses surrounded on every side by streets; a square or block.
- n. A unit, equivalent to about 1⅚ acres, employed in Central America for measuring land.
“Manzanas and jefe the manzana is still a valid unitiy, as long as there is a square, and it is still a unity, an important one, as far as neighborhoodness goes.”
“In easy terms manzana is the square and cuadra is just one and each side of the square.”
“He used the word manzana I guessed, to refer to a city block.”
“Most places also offer hookah; a popular flavor is "manzana y menta" apple and mint.”
“This year marks the fourth straight I'm headed to Mexico for a 10 day winter retreat away from the gran manzana where I reside.”
“We all dug into the Puerco $26, a pork tenderloin which had been rubbed in chile, served with salsa verde, pea tendrils, manzana and sage.”
“Apples also make a good vinegar, widely used in Mexico, where just about every little corner store carries vinagre de manzana.”
“Apple and blueberry marmalade: Mermelada de manzana y mora azul”
“Como comer #buñuelo: Yo lo muerdo a la redonda, lo dejo como manzana mordida de caricatura y luego me como los polos.”
“Apple and blueberry marmalade: Mermelada de manzana y mora azul: Mexican Recipe”
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Lista de palabras en espaÃ±ol que tienen una sÃ³la vocal y con mÃ¡s de tres sÃlabas.
Despite seven years of classes and being half-Puerto Rican.
things that are just fun to say
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