Chilean


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Chi·le·an

 (chĭ-lā′ən, chĭl′ē-)
adj.
Of or relating to Chile or its people or culture.
n.
1. A native or inhabitant of Chile.
2. A person of Chilean ancestry.

Chilean

(ˈtʃɪlɪən)
adj
(Placename) of or relating to Chile or its inhabitants
n
(Peoples) a native or inhabitant of Chile
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Chilean - a native or inhabitant of ChileChilean - a native or inhabitant of Chile  
Chile, Republic of Chile - a republic in southern South America on the western slopes of the Andes on the south Pacific coast
South American - a native or inhabitant of South America
Adj.1.Chilean - of or relating to or characteristic of Chile or its people; "Chilean volcanoes"
Translations
Chilanchilský
chilenerchilensk
chileläinen
Čileanacčileanski
チリのチリ人
칠레 사람칠레의
chilenarechilensk
เกี่ยวกับประเทศชิลีชาวชิลี
người Chilethuộc nước/người Chile

Chilean

[ˈtʃɪlɪən]
A. ADJchileno
B. Nchileno/a m/f

Chilean

[ˈtʃɪliən]
adjchilien(ne)
n (= person) → Chilien(ne) m/f

Chilean

adjchilenisch
nChilene m, → Chilenin f

Chilean

[ˈtʃɪlɪən] adj & ncileno/a

Chilean

تشيليّ Chilan, chilský chilener, chilensk Chilene, chilenisch χιλιάνικος, Χιλιανός chileno chileläinen chilien Čileanac, čileanski cileno チリの, チリ人 칠레 사람, 칠레의 Chileen, Chileens chilener, chilensk Chilijczyk, chilijski chileno чилиец, чилийский chilenare, chilensk เกี่ยวกับประเทศชิลี, ชาวชิลี Şili, Şilili người Chile, thuộc nước/người Chile 智利人, 智利的
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37), under the name of Cyttaria Darwinii; the Chilean species is the C.
The practice of growing smolt in freshwater lakes appears to be unique to Chilean salmon aquaculture; in other salmon aquaculture settings, smolt are grown in tanks containing filtered water.
6) For example, the Chilean Treasury set the Chilean Navy's peso/ dollar budget conversion rate at $625 CLP/US$1 in 2005 but then lowered it to $540 CLP/US$1 in 2006 because of the strong Chilean economy and a weak dollar.
Desserts, primarily baked in-house, are displayed on a sample tray and include an enjoyable Chilean chocolate and condensed milk filo dough creation called mil hojas ($3.
O'Ryan's letters keep on coming, charged mostly with trivia, though sometimes containing crucial conjectures about the legend that Wieder--pilot, poet, assassin--has become since disappearing from the Chilean literary scene.
The Chilean F-16 Peace Puma program will be the cornerstone of a twenty-five year period of close cooperation between the USAF and Chilean Air Force (CAF).
Pizarro met with his Chilean counterpart, Francisco Vidal, and is believed to have made a formal request for the extradition.
Egged on by high crude prices, Chilean power companies are on the move to cover demand.
Terram reports that the Chilean industry introduces antibiotics directly into the lakes where salmon are cultivated.
For Richard Nixon and Henry Kissinger, the democratic socialist government of Chilean president Salvador Allende was the ultimate threat of a good example.
His captors, the soldiers of Chilean President General Augusto Pinochet, dunked him repeatedly in a tub of water.
This essay explores one of the more remarkable chapters in the Republic's American enterprise, the Chilean diplomacy of the early seventeenth century.