[mad-ruh-len, -leyn, mad-ruh-len, -leyn] /ˈmæd rəˌlɛn, -ˌleɪn, ˌmæd rəˈlɛn, -ˈleɪn/
a consommé flavored with tomato, frequently jelled and served cold.
/ˈmædrɪˌlɛn; -ˌleɪn; French madrilɛn/
a cold consommé flavoured with tomato juice
[mad-ruh-leyn-yoh; Spanish mah-th ree-le-nyaw] /ˌmæd rəˈleɪn yoʊ; Spanish ˌmɑ ðriˈlɛ nyɔ/ noun, plural Madrilenos [mad-ruh-leyn-yohz; Spanish mah-th ree-le-nyaws] /ˌmæd rəˈleɪn yoʊz; Spanish ˌmɑ ðriˈlɛ nyɔs/ (Show IPA). (sometimes lowercase) 1. a native or inhabitant of Madrid, Spain.
[muh-droh-nuh] /məˈdroʊ nə/ noun 1. any of several evergreen trees belonging to the genus Arbutus, of the heath family, especially A. menziesii (Pacific madrone) of western North America, having red, flaky bark and bearing edible reddish berries. 2. the pale reddish-brown wood of this tree.
- Mad rush
A wild hurry, as in I was in a mad rush to get to the bank on time to cash my check, or Why the mad rush? We have lots of time before the concert starts. The use of in a rush for “being in a hurry” dates from the second half of the 1800s, […]
[mad-tom] /ˈmædˈtɒm/ noun 1. any of several tadpolelike, freshwater catfishes of the genus Noturus, of the central and eastern U.S., having a poisonous pectoral spine: some are threatened or endangered.