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car·bo·na·do 1

 (kär′bə-nā′dō, -nä′-) Archaic
n. pl. car·bo·na·does or car·bo·na·dos
A piece of scored and broiled fish, fowl, or meat.
tr.v. car·bo·na·doed, car·bo·na·do·ing, car·bo·na·dos
1. To score and broil (fish, fowl, or meat).
2. To slice or cut.

[From Spanish carbonada, from carbón, charcoal, from Latin carbō, carbōn-; see carbon.]

car·bo·na·do 2

 (kär′bə-nā′dō, -nä′-)
n. pl. car·bo·na·does
A form of opaque or dark-colored diamond used for drills. Also called black diamond.

[Portuguese, from carbone, carbon, from French; see carbon.]

carbonado

(ˌkɑːbəˈneɪdəʊ; -ˈnɑːdəʊ)
n, pl -does or -dos
(Cookery) a piece of meat, fish, etc, scored and grilled
vb (tr) , -dos, -doing or -doed
1. (Cookery) to score and grill (meat, fish, etc)
2. archaic to hack or slash
[C16: from Spanish carbonada, from carbón charcoal; see carbon]

carbonado

(ˌkɑːbəˈneɪdəʊ; -ˈnɑːdəʊ)
n, pl -dos or -does
(Minerals) an inferior dark massive variety of diamond used in industry for polishing and drilling. Also called: black diamond
[Portuguese, literally: carbonated]

car•bo•na•do1

(ˌkɑr bəˈneɪ doʊ)

n., pl. -dos, -does.
a massive, black variety of diamond, found chiefly near São Salvador, Brazil, used for drilling and other cutting purposes.
[1850–55; < Portuguese: carbonate]

car•bo•na•do2

(ˌkɑr bəˈneɪ doʊ)

n., pl. -does, -dos, n.
1. a piece of meat, fish, etc., scored and broiled.
v.t.
2. to score and broil.
3. Archaic. to slash; hack.
[1580–90; < Sp carbonada=carbón charcoal (see carbon) + -ada -ade1]

carbonado


Past participle: carbonadoed
Gerund: carbonadoing

Imperative
carbonado
carbonado
Present
I carbonado
you carbonado
he/she/it carbonados
we carbonado
you carbonado
they carbonado
Preterite
I carbonadoed
you carbonadoed
he/she/it carbonadoed
we carbonadoed
you carbonadoed
they carbonadoed
Present Continuous
I am carbonadoing
you are carbonadoing
he/she/it is carbonadoing
we are carbonadoing
you are carbonadoing
they are carbonadoing
Present Perfect
I have carbonadoed
you have carbonadoed
he/she/it has carbonadoed
we have carbonadoed
you have carbonadoed
they have carbonadoed
Past Continuous
I was carbonadoing
you were carbonadoing
he/she/it was carbonadoing
we were carbonadoing
you were carbonadoing
they were carbonadoing
Past Perfect
I had carbonadoed
you had carbonadoed
he/she/it had carbonadoed
we had carbonadoed
you had carbonadoed
they had carbonadoed
Future
I will carbonado
you will carbonado
he/she/it will carbonado
we will carbonado
you will carbonado
they will carbonado
Future Perfect
I will have carbonadoed
you will have carbonadoed
he/she/it will have carbonadoed
we will have carbonadoed
you will have carbonadoed
they will have carbonadoed
Future Continuous
I will be carbonadoing
you will be carbonadoing
he/she/it will be carbonadoing
we will be carbonadoing
you will be carbonadoing
they will be carbonadoing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been carbonadoing
you have been carbonadoing
he/she/it has been carbonadoing
we have been carbonadoing
you have been carbonadoing
they have been carbonadoing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been carbonadoing
you will have been carbonadoing
he/she/it will have been carbonadoing
we will have been carbonadoing
you will have been carbonadoing
they will have been carbonadoing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been carbonadoing
you had been carbonadoing
he/she/it had been carbonadoing
we had been carbonadoing
you had been carbonadoing
they had been carbonadoing
Conditional
I would carbonado
you would carbonado
he/she/it would carbonado
we would carbonado
you would carbonado
they would carbonado
Past Conditional
I would have carbonadoed
you would have carbonadoed
he/she/it would have carbonadoed
we would have carbonadoed
you would have carbonadoed
they would have carbonadoed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.carbonado - an inferior dark diamond used in industry for drilling and polishing
adamant, diamond - very hard native crystalline carbon valued as a gem
2.carbonado - a piece of meat (or fish) that has been scored and broiled
meat - the flesh of animals (including fishes and birds and snails) used as food
Translations
carbonado
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