[es-kuh-dril, es-kuh-dril; French es-ka-dree-yuh] /ˌɛs kəˈdrɪl, ˈɛs kəˌdrɪl; French ɛs kaˈdri yə/
noun, plural escadrilles
[es-kuh-drilz, es-kuh-drilz; French es-ka-dree-yuh] /ˌɛs kəˈdrɪlz, ˈɛs kəˌdrɪlz; French ɛs kaˈdri yə/ (Show IPA)
a squadron or divisional unit of airplanes:
the Lafayette Escadrille of World War I.
Obsolete. a small naval squadron.
/ˌɛskəˈdrɪl; French ɛskadrij/
a French squadron of aircraft, esp in World War I
a small squadron of ships
from French escadrille, from Spanish escuadrilla, diminutive of escuadra “square, squad, squadron,” from Vulgar Latin *exquadrare, from Latin quadrare “to square” (see quadrant).
/ˌɛskəˈbɛtʃɪ/ noun 1. (in Mexican cookery) pickled vegetables such as onions, carrots, jalapeño peppers, and garlic, typically served with fish
electron spectroscopy for chemical analysis
[National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration] Earth System Data and Information Management
[es-drey-ee-lon, -druh-, ez-] /ˌɛs dreɪˈi lɒn, -drə-, ˌɛz-/ noun 1. a plain in N Israel, extending from the Mediterranean near Mt. Carmel to the Jordan River: scene of ancient battles. /ˌɛsdreɪˈiːlɒn/ noun 1. a plain in N Israel, east of Mount Carmel Also called Plain of Jezreel the Greek form of the Hebrew “Jezreel,” the […]