How to use Caracas in a sentence
Gracie packed up her Wellington boots, long-sleeved shirts, and trousers, and flew to Caracas with a five-liter alembic still.When a Modern-Day Indiana Jones Met an Adventurous Gin Distiller | Ann Binlot | July 8, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
The result was a perfect storm of commuter congestion where “normal Caracas chaos became absolute mayhem.”
Maria “Macarena” Paz, a Caracas engineer, is underwhelmed by this explanation.
Julio Cesar Rosas (a pseudonym) owns a medium-sized business in Los Cortijos, a district in east-central Caracas.
Caracas was plunged into darkness in the middle of a televised speech by President Nicolas Maduro.
The taking of Caracas in 1595 showed him as not only an able leader, but as an extraordinarily gifted tactician.South America | W. H. Koebel
Caracas was then, as it is now, the head-quarters of the colony, which was separated from the Viceroyalty of New Granada in 1731.South America | W. H. Koebel
The American Army plane banked sharply over the blacked-out Caracas field.The Five Arrows | Allan Chase
In due course he reached the spot—a small Indian village in the mountains, some fifteen miles from Caracas.The Woodlands Orchids | Frederick Boyle
“I have come all the way from Caracas to Wellington,” he said.Molly Brown's Junior Days | Nell Speed
British Dictionary definitions for Caracas
the capital of Venezuela, in the north: founded in 1567; major industrial and commercial centre, notably for oil companies. Pop: 3 276 000 (2005 est)
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Cultural definitions for Caracas
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