(of cigars) of medium color and strength.
Other definitions for Colorado (2 of 2)
a state in the western United States. 104,247 sq. mi. (270,000 sq. km). Capital: Denver. Abbreviations: CO (for use with zip code), Col., Colo.
a river flowing southwest from northern Colorado through Utah and Arizona into the Gulf of California: Grand Canyon; Boulder Dam. 1,450 miles (2,335 km) long.
a river flowing southeast from western Texas to the Gulf of Mexico. 840 miles (1,350 km) long.
Rí·o Col·o·ra·do [Spanish ree-aw kaw-law-rah-thaw], /Spanish ˈri ɔ ˌkɔ lɔˈrɑ ðɔ/, a river in central Argentina, flowing southeast from the Andes to the Atlantic Ocean. 530 miles (853 km) long.
- Col·o·rad·an, Col·o·rad·o·an, adjective, noun
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How to use colorado in a sentence
State officials have said more than 90 percent of Coloradans with cancelled plans were allowed to keep them.
But when Coloradans and Texans met in conflict he had not felt as he did now.Lone Pine | R. B. (Richard Baxter) Townshend
British Dictionary definitions for Colorado
a state of the central US: consists of the Great Plains in the east and the Rockies in the west; drained chiefly by the Colorado, Arkansas, South Platte, and Rio Grande Rivers. Capital: Denver. Pop: 4 550 688 (2003 est). Area: 269 998 sq km (104 247 sq miles): Abbreviation: Colo., (with zip code) CO
a river in SW North America, rising in the Rocky Mountains and flowing southwest to the Gulf of California: famous for the 1600 km (1000 miles) of canyons along its course. Length: about 2320 km (1440 miles)
a river in central Texas, flowing southeast to the Gulf of Mexico. Length: about 1450 km (900 miles)
a river in central Argentina, flowing southeast to the Atlantic. Length: about 850 km (530 miles)
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Cultural definitions for Colorado
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