a city in and the capital of Mexico, in the central part. About 7400 feet (2255 meters) above sea level.
the capital of Mexico, on the central plateau at an altitude of 2240 m (7350 ft): founded as the Aztec capital (Tenochtitlán) in about 1300; conquered and rebuilt by the Spanish in 1521; forms, with its suburbs, the federal district of Mexico; the largest industrial complex in the country. Pop: 19 013 000 (2005 est)
Capital of Mexico and largest city in the country, located in central Mexico; the country’s political, cultural, commercial, and industrial center.
Note: With more than eighteen million people, Mexico City is the second-largest city in the world, behind Tokyo.
- Mexico wave
noun See Mexican wave
- M-expression lisp
(MLISP) The original “meta-language” syntax of Lisp, designed by John McCarthy in 1962. MLISP was intended for external use in place of the parenthesised S-expression syntax. [“LISP 1.5 Programmer’s Manual”, J. McCarthy et al, MIT Press 1962]. (1994-11-22)
1. Mexican Spanish.
[mahy-er-beer; German mahy-uh r-beyr] /ˈmaɪ ərˌbɪər; German ˈmaɪ ərˌbeɪr/ noun 1. Giacomo [jah-kaw-maw] /ˈdʒɑ kɔ mɔ/ (Show IPA), (Jakob Liebmann Beer) 1791–1864, German composer. /German ˈmaiərbeːr/ noun 1. Giacomo (ˈdʒaːkomo), real name Jakob Liebmann Beer. 1791–1864, German composer, esp of operas, such as Robert le diable (1831) and Les Huguenots (1836)
[mahy-er-hof; German mahy-uh r-hohf] /ˈmaɪ ərˌhɒf; German ˈmaɪ ərˌhoʊf/ noun 1. Otto [ot-oh;; German awt-oh] /ˈɒt oʊ;; German ˈɔt oʊ/ (Show IPA), 1884–1951, German physiologist: Nobel Prize in medicine 1922. /German ˈmaiərhoːf/ noun 1. Otto (Fritz) (ˈɔto). 1884–1951, German physiologist, noted for his work on the metabolism of muscles. He shared the Nobel prize for […]