any freshwater fish of the family Characidae, of Africa and Central and South America.
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
a type of Cuban dance music performed by violins, flutes, timbales, simple percussion instruments, piano, double bass, and vocalists. noun a type of orchestra used in performing traditional Cuban music
to grill or broil over a charcoal fire. transitive verb to broil on a charcoal grill or on a rack over very high heat; also called charbroil Word Origin 1959-64; charcoal + grill Usage Note cooking
the carbonaceous material obtained by heating wood or other organic substances in the absence of air. a drawing pencil of charcoal. a drawing made with charcoal. to blacken, write, or draw with charcoal. to cook (food) over charcoal, especially on a grill. to cook food over charcoal, especially on a grill. noun a black amorphous […]
a wreath or garland for the head. a string of beads. Roman Catholic Church. a string of beads, one-third of the length of a rosary, for counting prayers. the prayers recited over this. Architecture. a small molding carved to resemble a string of beads; astragal. Metallurgy. an object for separating the core of a mold […]