a mountain in SE Brazil in Rio de Janeiro, at the entrance to Guanabara Bay. 1280 feet (390 meters).
Sugar Loaf Mountain
a mountain in SE Brazil, in Rio de Janeiro on Guanabara Bay. Height: 390 m (1280 ft) Portuguese name Pão de Açúcar
noun 1. any of several maples having a sweet sap, especially Acer saccharum (the state tree of New York, Vermont, West Virginia, and Wisconsin), having a short trunk and long, curving branches, yielding a hard wood used for making furniture and being the chief source of maple sugar. noun 1. a North American maple tree, […]
- Sugar nippers
noun a utensil for making loaf sugar into lumps Examples Sugar nippers were used at the table to break off a chunk for use in coffee or tea. Word Origin 1790
[led] /lɛd/ noun, Chemistry. 1. lead acetate. sugar of lead /lɛd/ noun 1. another name for lead acetate
noun 1. lactose. sugar of milk noun 1. another name for lactose