[ bel-grah-noh; Spanish bel-grah-naw ]

  1. Ma·nuel [mah-nwel], /mɑˈnwɛl/, 1770–1820, Argentine general.

Words Nearby Belgrano Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use Belgrano in a sentence

  • Everything at Belgrano is of the most uncomfortable description and the people are cramped in crowded pens.

    Argentina | W. A. Hirst
  • "The paisanos are brave men, but they cannot fight against trained troops," answered Belgrano quietly.

    Ponce de Leon | William Pilling
  • Don Manuel Belgrano sat with his elbows on the table, covering his face with his hands.

    Ponce de Leon | William Pilling
  • For this Don Manuel Belgrano set himself to work to devise a remedy, and found it in free trade.

    Ponce de Leon | William Pilling
  • A month later Belgrano took over the command of the army in Peru in order to make a stand against the threatened invasion.

    South America | W. H. Koebel