[ Portuguese pawn-tuhdel-gah-duh ]
/ Portuguese ˈpɔ̃ tə dɛlˈgɑ də /
a seaport on SW São Miguel island, in the E Azores.
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How to use Ponta Delgada in a sentence
Four members are returned by Ponta Delgada to the parliament in Lisbon, while each of the other districts returns two members.
“Ponta, of course,” Lottie blurted out her hurt, as though there could be any question of it even for an instant.
John Ponta, stripped of his white sweater by the pulling and hauling of two of his seconds, came to the centre of the ring.
So swiftly had Ponta followed him, that a terrible swinging blow was coming at his unguarded jaw.
British Dictionary definitions for Ponta Delgada
/ (Portuguese ˈpontə ðɛlˈɡaðə) /
a port in the E Azores, on S São Miguel Island: chief commercial centre of the archipelago. Pop: 65 853 (2001)
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