[ be-yaw ]


  1. An·drés [ahn-, dres], 1781–1865, Venezuelan poet, philologist, and educator.
  2. a city in central Colombia.

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Example Sentences

Di Bello described the color-splashed works as “abstract expressionism” with “surrealist” methods.

When Bello posted the letter on his website, many took to Twitter to express similar feelings of disappointment.

Jackman's character is a carpenter, husband to Grace (Maria Bello), and father of two.

The story begins as Hurt is released from prison, hoping to reconcile with his ex-wife, played by Bello.

Populus cum longinquo propinquve populo vix habet commercium, nisi quod bello inferendo, aut defendendo potest interuenire.

Ricuzzu bello,” said Brancaccia, “listen to the pretty music.

He left Porto Bello for Carthagena, where he cruised about while his men were being swept away by disease.

Caesar de Bello Gallico says the Britons tabooed hare, fowl and goose.

The writings of the time are full of rather severe criticism of these bello-agricultural settlers.


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