[kee-taw] /ˈki tɔ/
a city in and the capital of Ecuador, in the N part. 9348 feet (2849 meters) above sea level.
[ek-wuh-dawr] /ˈɛk wəˌdɔr/
a republic in NW South America. 109,483 sq. mi. (283,561 sq. km).
/ˈkiːtəʊ; Spanish ˈkito/
the capital of Ecuador, in the north at an altitude of 2850 m (9350 ft), just south of the equator: the oldest capital in South America, existing many centuries before the Incan conquest in 1487; a cultural centre since the beginning of Spanish rule (1534); two universities. Pop: 1 514 000 (2005 est)
a republic in South America, on the Pacific: under the Incas when Spanish colonization began in 1532; gained independence in 1822; declared a republic in 1830. It consists chiefly of a coastal plain in the west, separated from the densely forested upper Amazon basin (Oriente) by ranges and plateaus of the Andes. Official language: Spanish; Quechua is also widely spoken. Religion: Roman Catholic majority. Currency: US dollar. Capital: Quito. Pop: 15 439 429 (2013 est). Area: 283 560 sq km (109 483 sq miles)
from the Spanish form of equator (which runs through it). Before 1830 the region bore the name of its chief city, Quito, which is from the name of a now-extinct native people, of unknown meaning. Related: Ecuadorian; Ecuadorean.
Republic in western South America, bordered by Colombia to the north, Peru to the east and south, and the Pacific Ocean to the west. Its landscape is dominated by the Andes. Quito is its capital, and Guayaquil is its largest city.
[kwee trahns-too-lit soo s-ti-net; English kwahy trans-too-lit suhs-tuh-net, -tyoo-lit, kwee] /kwi ˈtrɑns tʊ lɪt ˈsʊs tɪˌnɛt; English kwaɪ ˈtræns tʊ lɪt ˈsʌs təˌnɛt, -tyʊ lɪt, kwi/ Latin. 1. he who transplanted (it) sustains (it): motto of Connecticut.
[kwit-rent] /ˈkwɪtˌrɛnt/ noun 1. paid by a freeholder or copyholder in lieu of services that might otherwise have been required. /ˈkwɪtˌrɛnt/ noun 1. (formerly) a rent payable by a freeholder or copyholder to his lord that released him from liability to perform services
[kwit-rent] /ˈkwɪtˌrɛnt/ noun 1. paid by a freeholder or copyholder in lieu of services that might otherwise have been required. /ˈkwɪtˌrɛnt/ noun 1. (formerly) a rent payable by a freeholder or copyholder to his lord that released him from liability to perform services n. early 15c., “rent paid by a tenant in exchange for being […]
[kwit-ns] /ˈkwɪt ns/ noun 1. recompense or requital. 2. discharge from a debt or obligation. 3. a document certifying discharge from debt or obligation, as a receipt. /ˈkwɪtəns/ noun 1. release from debt or other obligation 2. a receipt or other document certifying this n. c.1200, “payment, compensation;” c.1300, “discharge from an obligation,” from Old […]