[kwech, kvech] /kwɛtʃ, kvɛtʃ/
Horticulture. a variety of plum.
a dry, white, unaged brandy distilled from quetsch plums in Alsace.
[kwet-uh] /ˈkwɛt ə/ noun 1. a city in W central Pakistan: the capital of Baluchistan; almost totally destroyed by an earthquake 1935. /ˈkwɛtə/ noun 1. a city in W central Pakistan, at an altitude of 1650 m (5500 ft): a summer resort, military station, and trading centre. Pop: 744 000 (2005 est)
[ket-sahl] /kɛtˈsɑl/ noun, plural quetzals, quetzales [ket-sah-leys] /kɛtˈsɑ leɪs/ (Show IPA) 1. any of several large Central and South American trogons of the genus Pharomachrus, having golden-green and scarlet plumage, especially P. mocino (resplendent quetzal) the national bird of Guatemala: rare and possibly endangered. 2. a paper money and monetary unit of Guatemala, equal to […]
[ket-sahl-koh-aht-l] /kɛtˌsɑl koʊˈɑt l/ noun 1. the feathered serpent god of the Aztec and Toltec cultures. /ˌkɛtsəlkəʊˈætəl/ noun 1. a god of the Aztecs and Toltecs, represented as a feathered serpent n. plumed serpent god of the Toltecs and Aztecs, 1570s, from Nahuatl quetzalli (see quetzal) + coatl “snake.” Quetzalcoatl [(ket-sahl-koh-aht-l)] An ancient nature god […]
[kyoo] /kyu/ noun 1. a braid of hair worn hanging down behind. 2. a file or line, especially of people waiting their turn. 3. Computers. a FIFO-organized sequence of items, as data, messages, jobs, or the like, waiting for action. verb (used with or without object), queued, queuing. 4. to form in a line while […]