a port in SW Spain, on the Guadalquivir River: site of the Alcazar; cathedral.
a port in SW Spain, on the Guadalquivir River: chief town of S Spain under the Vandals and Visigoths (5th–8th centuries); centre of Spanish colonial trade (16th–17th centuries); tourist centre. Pop: 709 975 (2003 est) Ancient name Hispalis Spanish name Sevilla (seˈβiʎa)
City in southwestern Spain on the Guadalquivir River; a major port and cultural center.
Note: Seville is the capital of bullfighting in Spain.
Note: Two famous operas, Carmen and The Barber of Seville, are set in Seville.
Note: According to legend, Don Juan lived in Seville.
noun 1. See under orange (def 2). noun 1. a globose, reddish-yellow, bitter or sweet, edible citrus fruit. 2. any white-flowered, evergreen citrus trees of the genus Citrus, bearing this fruit, as C. aurantium (bitter orange, Seville orange, or sour orange) and C. sinensis (sweet orange) cultivated in warm countries. 3. any of several other […]
noun 1. a suburb of Paris in N France. 2. Also, Sèvres ware. the porcelain made in this suburb since 1756. noun 1. porcelain ware manufactured at Sèvres, near Paris, from 1756, characterized by the use of clear colours and elaborate decorative detail
noun 1. a species of sturgeon, Acipenser stellatus, of the Caspian and Black seas. 2. a gray caviar from the roe of this fish.
- Seven-card stud
[sev-uh n-kahrd] /ˈsɛv ənˌkɑrd/ noun, Cards. 1. a variety of poker in which each player is dealt one card face down in each of the first two rounds, one card face up in each of the next four rounds, and one card face down in the last round, each of the last five rounds being […]