[pons duh lee-uh n; Spanish pawn-the th e le-awn, pawn-se] /ˈpɒns də ˈli ən; Spanish ˈpɔn θɛ ðɛ lɛˈɔn, ˈpɔn sɛ/
[hwahn] /ʰwɑn/ (Show IPA), c1460–1521, Spanish explorer.
/ˈpɒns də ˈliːən; Spanish ˈpɔnθe ðe leˈɔn/
Juan (xwan). ?1460–1521, Spanish explorer. He settled (1509) and governed (1510–12) Puerto Rico and discovered (1513) Florida
[pawnsuh-le] /pɔ̃səˈlɛ/ noun 1. Jean Victor [zhahn veek-tawr] /ʒɑ̃ vikˈtɔr/ (Show IPA), 1788–1867, French mathematician.
/ˈpɒnsɪ/ adjective -cier, -ciest 1. (derogatory, slang, mainly Brit) ostentatious, pretentious, or effeminate
[pon-choh] /ˈpɒn tʃoʊ/ noun, plural ponchos. 1. a blanketlike cloak with a hole in the center to admit the head, originating in South America, now often worn as a raincoat. /ˈpɒntʃəʊ/ noun (pl) -chos 1. a cloak of a kind originally worn in South America, made of a rectangular or circular piece of cloth, esp […]
[pond] /pɒnd/ noun 1. a body of water smaller than a lake, sometimes artificially formed, as by damming a stream. verb (used without object) 2. (especially of water) to collect into a pond or large puddle: to prevent rainwater from ponding on the roof. /pɒnd/ noun 1. n. c.1300 (mid-13c. in compounds), “artificially banked body […]