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Domingo

[duh-ming-goh; Spanish daw-meeng-gaw]
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noun
  1. Pla·ci·do [plah-si-doh; Spanish plah-thee-th aw, -see-] /ˈplɑ sɪˌdoʊ; Spanish ˈplɑ θi ðɔ, -si-/, born 1941, Spanish operatic tenor, in the U.S.
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  • Think of him no more—of that Inglez who escaped—from Domingo.

    Romance

    Joseph Conrad and F.M. Hueffer

  • The establishment was not restored until the Government of Domingo Moriones (1877–80).

  • With us he can extol France, as there he extolled Saint Domingo.

    The Hour and the Man

    Harriet Martineau

  • The nights of August are in Saint Domingo the hottest of the year.

    The Hour and the Man

    Harriet Martineau

  • He was confident that the masters in Saint Domingo had nothing to fear.

    The Hour and the Man

    Harriet Martineau


British Dictionary definitions for domingo

Domingo

noun
  1. Placido (ˈplaθiðo). born 1941, Spanish operatic tenor
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