a member of an Australian Aboriginal people living in the vicinity of Alice Springs, Northern Territory.
the language of the Aranda.
- Also A·run·ta [uh-ruhn-tuh] /əˈrʌn tə/ .
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How to use Aranda in a sentence
Aranda said the agency has been asking Congress for more money to make those repairs.
The plant is old and many of the components require complete replacement, Aranda said.
Aranda correctly weighed the value of the country's vast stretches of free and fertile land.The Old Northwest | Frederic Austin Ogg
So, to prepare himself, he began studying Arabic in the mountains of Aranda.A Modern Aladdin | Howard Pyle
This circumstance induced the Count of Aranda to found here, in 1726, a large factory for producing costly and artistic ware.The Arts and Crafts of Older Spain, Volume II (of 3) | Leonard Williams
In 1750 Count Aranda transferred the works to a private company, which remained in possession of them until 1766.The Arts and Crafts of Older Spain, Volume II (of 3) | Leonard Williams
I called on the Count of Aranda, who received me coldly, but with great politeness.The Memoires of Casanova, Complete | Jacques Casanova de Seingalt
British Dictionary definitions for Aranda
an Aboriginal people of S central Australia
the language of this people
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