Related formsCo·lom·bi·an, adjective, nounpro-Co·lom·bi·an, adjective, noun
Examples from the Web for colombia
The refugees come from Panama, Paraguay, Venezuela, Nicaragua, Mexico, Colombia, Guatemala, and Puerto Rico.
BOGOTÁ, Colombia — Most Latin Americans celebrated the rapprochement between the United States and Cuba.
In Colombia, it was perceived more like a coincidence or perhaps even an opportunistic play by the FARC.
Now the question in Colombia, is, will a bilateral ceasefire be announced in coming days?
A ceasefire by leftist rebels in Colombia could close the last one.
During six months this fiendish savage held undisputed sway over Colombia.
Josè conjectured that she must have been either wholly Spanish, or one of the more refined and cultured women of Colombia.Carmen Ariza|Charles Francis Stocking
Panama quickly followed, and allied itself with New Granada (now Colombia).The Panama Canal|J. Saxon Mills
Colombia makes every man liable to service, but the training is not regular.Problems of the Pacific|Frank Fox
The present Colombia has, therefore, only about one third the area of the older state of the same name.Modern Spanish Lyrics|Various
British Dictionary definitions for colombia
Culture definitions for colombia
Republic in northwestern South America, bordered by Panama to the northwest, Venezuela to the northeast, Ecuador and Peru to the south, and Brazil to the southeast. Its capital and largest city is Bogotá.