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Miami1 British & World English

A city and port on the coast of SE Florida; population 413,201 (est. 2008). Its subtropical climate and miles of beaches make this and the resort island of Miami Beach a year-round holiday resort

Miami2 British & World English

A member of an American Indian people formerly living mainly in Illinois, Indiana, and Wisconsin and more recently inhabiting areas of Ohio, Kansas, and Oklahoma

Miami Beach British & World English

A city in southeastern Florida, on the Atlantic Ocean, across Biscayne Bay from Miami; population 84,633 (est. 2008)

Miami-Dade County in Dade County British & World English

A county in southeastern Florida, on the Atlantic coast, that includes Miami and many suburbs as well as much of the Everglades; population 2,398,245 (est. 2008). Formally called Miami-Dade County

volamos a México vía Miami in vía Spanish-English

we flew to Mexico via Miami

we flew to México via Miami in via English-Spanish

volamos a México vía Miami

terminó de camarero en Miami in terminar Spanish-English

he ended up (working) as a waiter in Miami

el viaje a Miami ya está sobrevendido in sobrevender Spanish-English

the trip to Miami is already overbooked

hay un vuelo directo, no hace falta pasar por Miami in pasar Spanish-English

there's a direct flight so you don't have to go via Miami