noun, plural do·ra·dos, (especially collectively) do·ra·do.
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Definition for dorado (2 of 2)
noun, genitive Do·ra·dus [duh-rah-duhs] /dəˈrɑ dəs/ for 2.
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In one image, a crouched woman in a dark alley drinks from a bottle marked “El Dorado,” while boxes burn nearby.Photographer Raymond Depardon Captures the ‘Sweet Moments’|Sarah Moroz|November 15, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The one that gets me the most is the El Dorado Chemical Plant.13 Revelations From Reddit’s ‘Dirty Little Secret’ Thread Exposing Alleged Industry Secrets|Nina Strochlic|August 23, 2013|DAILY BEAST
And yet for his new book, The Lost City of Z, Grann marched off into the Amazon jungle to search for a fabled El Dorado.
When it came out of the water it was a bright yellow, to which colour it owes its name of Dorado.A Woman's Journey Round the World|Ida Pfeiffer
May we not connect with the former existence of this inland sea the fable of the lake Parima and the El Dorado?
The term ‘El Dorado’ has come to be a synonym in the outside world for a sort of earthly paradise, has it not?
To conquer that El Dorado had been Balboa's cherished dream.South American Fights and Fighters|Cyrus Townsend Brady
But how often is it true that the seeker after El Dorado searches for one thing and finds another.Heroes of To-Day|Mary R. Parkman