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del British & World English

An operator used in vector analysis

del New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

operator used in vector analysis

in del British & World English

An operator used in vector analysis

Delaware New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

state of the US on the Atlantic coast

del. in delete New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

symbol ␡; abbreviation del. or dele

Del Rio British & World English

A city in southwestern Texas, on the Rio Grande; population 36,682 (est. 2008)

Costa del Sol British & World English

A resort region on the Mediterranean coast of southern Spain

Mar del Plata British & World English

A fishing port and resort in Argentina, on the Atlantic coast south of Buenos Aires; population 620,800 (est. 2008)

Ciudad del Este British & World English

A port city in southeastern Paraguay, on the Paraná River, near the Itaipu Dam; population 320,782 (2008). Called (before 1989) Puerto Presidente Stroessner

del Sarto, Andrea British & World English

See Sarto, Andrea del.

Jornada del Muerto British & World English

A desert region in southern New Mexico, near White Sands, known as the “journey of death” for the difficulties early travelers endured

Sarto, Andrea del British & World English

(1486–1531), Italian painter; born Andrea d’Agnolo. An important painter of the High Renaissance, his work includes a cycle of frescoes in the church of Santa Annunziata in Florence (1514–24)

Tierra del Fuego British & World English

An island at the southern extremity of South America, separated from the mainland by the Strait of Magellan. Discovered by Ferdinand Magellan in 1520, it is now divided between Argentina and Chile

Tierra del Fuego New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

island at the southern extremity of South America

Guarneri, Giuseppe British & World English

(1687–1744), Italian violin-maker; known as del Gesù. He is the most famous of a family of three generations of violin-makers based in Cremona

del Gesù in Guarneri, Giuseppe British & World English

(1687–1744), Italian violin-maker; known as del Gesù. He is the most famous of a family of three generations of violin-makers based in Cremona

Francesco del Giocondo in Mona Lisa British & World English

A painting (now in the Louvre in Paris) executed 1503-6 by Leonardo da Vinci. The sitter was the wife of Francesco del Giocondo; her enigmatic smile has become one of the most famous images in Western art


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