[par-uh-di-sahy-uh-kuh l, -zahy-] /ˌpær ə dɪˈsaɪ ə kəl, -ˈzaɪ-/
of, like, or befitting .
1630s, from Latin paradisiacus (from Greek paradeisiakos, from paradeisos; see paradise) + -al (1). Other adjective forms include paradisaic, paradisaical, paradisal, paradisean, paradisiac, paradisial, paradisian, paradisic, paradisical.
[par-uh-dahys, -dahyz] /ˈpær əˌdaɪs, -ˌdaɪz/ noun 1. heaven, as the final abode of the righteous. 2. an intermediate place for the departed souls of the righteous awaiting resurrection. 3. (often initial capital letter) (def 1). 4. a place of extreme beauty, delight, or happiness. 5. a state of supreme happiness; bliss. 6. Architecture. 7. (initial […]
[par-uh-dok-ter] /ˈpær əˌdɒk tər/ noun 1. a who parachutes to patients in remote areas.
[par-uh-dawr; Spanish pah-rah-th awr] /ˈpær əˌdɔr; Spanish ˌpɑ rɑˈðɔr/ noun, plural paradors; Spanish, paradores [pah-rah-th aw-res] /ˌpɑ rɑˈðɔ rɛs/ (Show IPA) 1. a government-sponsored inn in Spain, usually in a scenic or historic area, that offers lodging and meals at reasonable prices. /ˈpærədɔː; Spanish ˈparaðor/ noun (pl) -dors, -dores 1. a state-run hotel in Spain
[par-uh-dos] /ˈpær əˌdɒs/ noun, Fortification. 1. a bank of earth built behind a trench or military emplacement to protect soldiers from a surprise attack from the rear. /ˈpærəˌdɒs/ noun 1. a bank behind a trench or other fortification, giving protection from being fired on from the rear n. “rear wall of a trench,” 1917, earlier […]