Definition for quito (2 of 2)
Related formsEc·ua·do·ran, Ec·ua·dor·e·an, Ec·ua·do·ri·an, adjective, nounpro-Ec·ua·dor, adjective
Examples from the Web for quito
He attributed “exclusive” responsibility for the collapse of the preservation initiative to the government in Quito.
Quito, the capital of Ecuador, is not exactly on the Elizabeth Arden circuit for the leisure, jet-setting crowd.Ecuador Needs U.S. Aid. Will They Risk It All with Snowden?|Mac Margolis|June 26, 2013|DAILY BEAST
That may be one of the big reasons why the Australian decided to appeal his case to Quito.Julian Assange’s Asylum Gamble: End of the Wikileaks Saga?|Mac Margolis|July 5, 2012|DAILY BEAST
His body was afterwards burned, and the ashes conveyed to Quito.
Quito, with a position unparalleled for astronomical purposes, has no observatory.
Flowers are found in Quito all the year round, but the most favorable months are December and May.
After this exploit, Salazar set out from Quito for Tumbez with three hundred men, with the intention of joining the president.
By a secret telegraph system, they will communicate between Quito and Riobamba in one hour.
British Dictionary definitions for quito (1 of 2)
British Dictionary definitions for quito (2 of 2)
Culture definitions for quito
Republic in western South America, bordered by Colombia to the north, Peru to the east and south, and the Pacific Ocean to the west. Its landscape is dominated by the Andes. Quito is its capital, and Guayaquil is its largest city.