Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of cruzado.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • There is also a kind of mony called Cruzados stamped with the atmes of Portugall, and is worth 6 tangas good mony, the larines are euery 9 of them worth 2 cruzados, which is 12 tangas good mony, and these larines be of those which are stamped in Balsara and

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

  • The currency of Madeira is principally composed of the old-fashioned twenty cent pieces, called cruzados, which pass at the rate of five for a dollar.

    Journal of an African Cruiser

  • Y mientras se siguen sacando los trapitos de los funcionarios públicos en todos los medios, los médicos y el resto de empleados del sector salud se quedarán de brazos cruzados, porque el mismísimo secretario de Salud Pública abrio su boca y dijo «no hay dinero para aumento».

    Global Voices in English » Dominican Republic: Doctors on Strike

  • We'd take our earned cruzados to the cafes lining the sand and splurge on feijoada, a dark, smoky black bean and pork stew that, oddly enough, satisfied us in the Rio heat.

    The Feijoada From Ipanema

  • Una nación no enloquece por hacer cosas extravagantes, mientras las emprenda con un espíritu extravagante: Los cruzados que no se arreglaban la barba hasta no contemplar Jerusalén, los jacobinos llamándose los unos a los otros Harmondius o Epaminodas cuando sus nombres eran Jacques y Jules.

    El Funcionario Loco

  • The States of the Church thought that they could not send less than 7,040 Roman crowns; and Portugal carried her devotion to science as far as 30,000 cruzados.

    From the Earth to the Moon

  • La palabra seal PELIGRO se usa con el pesticida que le puede hacer ms dao a Ud. La palabra seal PELIGRO se usa con el pesticida que le puede hacer ms dao a Ud. Solamente algunas gotas o una cucharadita puede matar a un adulto, Cuando la palabra PELIGRO se usa, tambin tendr una caravela con los huesos cruzados en la etiqueta y la palabra VENENO escrita con tinta roja.

    Chapter 21

  • And those within also were not without great loss, since ten of the _cruzados_ were killed, which gave great grief to their companions.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 13, No. 77, March, 1864

  • The expense of maintaining the prisoners is 8,000 cruzados, or about 1,000_l_. per annum.

    The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction Volume 12, No. 327, August 16, 1828

  • Los cruzados y los nansús se han puesto en farditos y estos se han empacado cada cuatro en un fardo.

    Pitman's Commercial Spanish Grammar (2nd ed.)

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