a seaport in Panama at the Atlantic end of the Panama Canal, adjacent to Colón.
- Spanish Cris·tó·bal [krees-taw-bahl]. /krisˈtɔ bɑl/.
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How to use Cristobal in a sentence
The Hurricanes are in transition as Cristobal takes over the program, but he won’t be coaching this game.Can’t Decide Which Bowl Games To Watch? We’ve Got A Metric For That. | Alex Kirshner | December 15, 2021 | FiveThirtyEight
The Cristobal Colon would have a bad time if the two ships came to close quarters.Young Glory and the Spanish Cruiser | Walter Fenton Mott
Cristobal de Oñate was, therefore, a very important man in the working out of destiny.The Spanish Pioneers | Charles F. Lummis
When we were first taken aboard the Cristobal he gave me the honor of his admiration.In Search of Mademoiselle | George Gibbs
He had been upon the San Cristobal and I remembered him well.In Search of Mademoiselle | George Gibbs
Cristobal Micer Aleman was the first to introduce the art of staining glass into Seville.The Story of Seville | Walter M. Gallichan