There are 3 definitions of chile in English:

chile1

Syllabification: chil·e
Pronunciation: /ˈCHilē
 
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noun

variant spelling of chili.

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Word of the day apposite
Pronunciation: ˈapəzɪt
adjective
apt in the circumstances or relation to something

There are 3 definitions of chile in English:

chile2

Syllabification: chile
Pronunciation: /CHīl
 
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noun

nonstandard spelling of child, used in representing chiefly southern US dialect. where you been, honey chile?

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There are 3 definitions of chile in English:

Chile3

Syllabification: Chil·e
Pronunciation: /ˈCHilē
 
 
/
A country in South America that occupies a long coastal strip that runs down the western coast of Bolivia and Argentina, on the Pacific Ocean; population 16,601,700 (est. 2009); capital, Santiago; official language, Spanish.

Most of Chile was part of the Inca empire and became part of Spanish Peru after Pizarro’s conquest. Independence was achieved in 1818 with help from Argentina. After the overthrow of the Marxist democrat Salvador Allende in 1973, Chile was ruled by the right-wing military dictatorship of General Pinochet until a democratically elected president took office in 1990

Derivatives

Chilean

Pronunciation: /ˈCHilēən, CHəˈlāən/
adjective & noun
More example sentences
  • If Lagos had put out a simple call for Chileans to peacefully assemble to honor the missing and to show support for the rule of law, hundreds of thousands would surely have come out.
  • Almost 300 years of Spanish rule left the Chileans not only the European language of their conquerors but also their religion - Catholicism.
  • Foreign suppliers, such as the Chileans and Norwegians, are ready to take a bigger share of the market after the Science magazine study said their produce was cleaner than Scottish salmon.

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