Examples from the Web for monte carlo
There are detailed dispatches from the various cities he photographed: Monte-Carlo, Los Angeles, Warsaw, Lake Como.
Having thus crossed the Arno, he came towards Monte-carlo, where he was brought before the commissary for examination.Memoirs of the Dukes of Urbino, Volume I (of 3)|James Dennistoun
British Dictionary definitions for monte carlo
Word Origin and History for monte carlo
Italian, literally "Charles's Mountain," founded 1866 and named for Charles III of Monaco (1818-1889). The car rally there dates to 1911.
Culture definitions for monte carlo
City in Monaco, world famous for its gambling casino.