a boulevard in Paris, France, noted for its cafés, shops, and theaters.
Champs Élysées [(shahn zay-lee-zay)]
A major avenue in Paris famous for the elegance of its cafés and shops. In French it means Elysian Fields.
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to bite upon or grind, especially impatiently: The horses champed the oats. to crush with the teeth and chew vigorously or noisily; munch. to mash; crush. to make vigorous chewing or biting movements with the jaws and teeth. the act of champing. champ at the bit, to betray impatience, as to begin some action. a […]
the site of the ancient capital city of the Chimu people, near the modern city of Trujillo, Peru, characterized by large walled enclosures and houses made of unfired mud brick covered with frescoes in brilliant colors.