Definition of alcazar in English:

alcazar

Line breaks: al|ca¦zar
Pronunciation: /ˌalkəˈzɑː
 
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noun

A Spanish palace or fortress of Moorish origin: the gardens of the alcazar in Seville
More example sentences
  • The building is enclosed by imperforate walls, a favourite device of Moneo's that reinterprets the traditional form of the Spanish alcazar.
  • And then he put steel to me, and forced me to come with him to his mountain alcazar, his huge palace.
  • She began to wonder: if a video camera had been in that room at the Spanish royal palace, or alcazar, what would the stills that came before and after have looked like?

Origin

early 17th century: from Spanish alcázar, from Arabic al-qaṣr 'the castle'.

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