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cu·ra·çao

 (kyo͝or′ə-sō′, -sou′, ko͝or′-) also cu·ra·çoa (-sō′ə)
n.
A liqueur flavored with the peel of the sour orange.

[After Curaçao.]

Cu·ra·çao

 (ko͝or′ə-sou′, kyo͝or′-, ko͝or′ə-sou′, kyo͝or′-)
An island territory of the Netherlands in the southern Caribbean Sea off the northwest coast of Venezuela. Originally inhabited by the Arawak, it was settled by the Spanish in 1527. The Dutch gained control in 1634, although the British held the island during the Napoleonic Wars (1807-1815). Oil refining and tourism are the major industries.
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Noun1.curacoa - flavored with sour orange peel
orange liqueur - liqueur flavored with orange
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