a fortress and military school at the outskirts of Mexico City: captured by U.S. forces (1847) in the Mexican War; now a park.
a heavy jacket, especially a leather one worn by cowboys in the American Southwest.
to burn or reduce to charcoal: The fire charred the paper. to burn slightly; scorch: The flame charred the steak. to become charred. a charred material or surface. charcoal. a superior carbon-rich fuel, a by-product of the conversion of coal into gaseous or liquid fuel. any trout of the genus Salvelinus (or Cristovomer), especially the […]
a large bus used on sightseeing tours, especially one with open sides and no center aisle.
any freshwater fish of the family Characidae, of Africa and Central and South America. noun any small carnivorous freshwater cyprinoid fish of the family Characidae, of Central and South America and Africa. They are similar to the carps but more brightly coloured