flores

[flawr-eez, flohr-]
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noun (used with a singular verb) Chemistry.


Origin of flores

1655–65; < Latin flōrēs plural of flōs flower

Flores

[Spanish flaw-res for 1; flawr-is, -eez, flohr- for 2; Portuguese flaw-rish for 3]

noun

Juan Jo·sé [hwahn haw-se] /ʰwɑn hɔˈsɛ/, 1800–64, Ecuadorian general and statesman: president 1830–35, 1839–45.
one of the Lesser Sunda Islands in Indonesia, separated from Sulawesi by the Flores Sea. 7753 sq. mi. (20,080 sq. km).
the westernmost island of the Azores, in the N Atlantic. 55 sq. mi. (142 sq. km).
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Flores

noun

an island in Indonesia, one of the Lesser Sunda Islands, between the Flores Sea and the Savu Sea: mountainous, with active volcanoes and unexplored forests. Chief town: Ende. Area: 17 150 sq km (6622 sq miles)
(Portuguese ˈflorɪʃ) an island in the Atlantic, the westernmost of the Azores. Chief town: Santa Cruz. Area: 142 sq km (55 sq miles)
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