Dictionary search results

Showing 1-50 of 324 results

Boston1 US English

A city in eastern Massachusetts, the capital of the state, on Massachusetts Bay; population 609,023 (est. 2008). It was founded circa 1630 by the Massachusetts Bay Company under its governor, John Winthrop (1588–1649). Boston was the scene of many disturbances that led to the American Revolution at the end of the 18th century

Boston2 US English

A card game resembling solo whist

Boston crab US English

A hold in which a wrestler sits astride a prone opponent and pulls upwards on the opponent’s legs

Boston fern US English

A variety of sword fern, with long, arching bright green fronds, widely cultivated especially as a hanging houseplant

Boston ivy US English

A Virginia creeper with three-lobed leaves, cultivated for its foliage

Boston rocker US English

A rocking chair with a decorative panel on a high spindled back and with arms and a seat that curves downward at the front

South Boston US English

A residential district of eastern Boston in Massachusetts, noted for its Irish working-class community

Boston lettuce US English

A butterhead lettuce of a variety that has medium or light green leaves

Boston terrier US English

A small smooth-coated terrier of a breed originating in Massachusetts from a crossing of the bulldog and terrier

Boston baked beans US English

A dish of baked beans with salt pork and molasses

Boston cream pie US English

A round, two-layer cake that is filled with custard or cream and frosted, usually with chocolate

Boston Tea Party US English

A violent demonstration in 1773 by American colonists before the American Revolution. Colonists boarded vessels in Boston harbor and threw the cargoes of tea into the water in protest at the imposition of a tax on tea by the British Parliament, in which the colonists had no representation

Boston ivy in ivy US English

Used in names of climbing plants similar to ivy, e.g., poison ivy, Boston ivy

I've a cousin in Boston in have English-Spanish

tengo un primo en Boston

he's a local/Boston man in man English-Spanish

es del lugar/de Boston

venues: Boston, NY City in venue English-Spanish

lugares de actuación (

la filarmónica de Boston in filarmónica Spanish-English

the Boston Philarmonic (Orchestra)

Boston is 200 miles from here in here English-Spanish

Boston está a 200 millas de aquí

he joined his ship at Boston in join English-Spanish

se unió a la tripulación en Boston

is this the road to Boston? in road English-Spanish

¿éste es el camino/la carretera que va a Boston?, ¿por aquí se va a Boston?

she got to Boston at 4 o'clock in get English-Spanish

llegó a Boston a las cuatro

we finally landed up in Boston in land English-Spanish

al final fuimos a dar a Boston

we finally landed up in Boston in land up English-Spanish

al final fuimos a dar a Boston

the Boston arts scene is really buzzing in buzz English-Spanish

hay una actividad febril en el mundo artístico de Boston

I'm going to Boston — are you flying? in fly English-Spanish

me voy a Boston — ¿vas en avión?

I'll now hand over to our reporter in Boston in hand English-Spanish

vamos a escuchar ahora a nuestro corresponsal en Boston

I'll now hand over to our reporter in Boston in hand over English-Spanish

vamos a escuchar ahora a nuestro corresponsal en Boston

I've got some visiting to do when I'm in Boston in visiting English-Spanish

cuando esté en Boston tengo que hacer alguna(s) visita(s)

I took the nine o'clock shuttle from Boston to New York in shuttle English-Spanish

tomé el puente aéreo de las nueve de Boston a Nueva York

Page: 1 2 3 ... 7