manila / məˈnɪl ə /


manila 的定义

n. 名词 noun
  1. a seaport in and the capital of the Philippines, on W central Luzon. Abbreviation: Man.Compare Quezon City.
  2. Manila hemp.
  3. Manila paper.

manila 近义词


等同于 hemp


  1. Technology would make it possible to create a digital token that represents a van Gogh or a Picasso, and to sell slivers of art to, say, excited young investors from Manila to Minneapolis.
  2. Spaghetti with clams — meaty Manila and firmer middleneck — is cooked so the pasta retains some bite.
  3. Back in November, Manila took delivery of $30 million worth of weapons from the States.
  4. In Manila, 56-year-old Dolores Rivera, whose name has been changed to protect her identity, routinely dodges the cops to pick up laundry from neighbors.
  5. For example, in Manila there are a number of infrastructure projects that would make the city more resilient, but financial resources are limited.
  6. The man with the skinny tie tells me that the comic book is transported in a manila envelope.
  7. He wanted to go back to Manila on a plane every day, but we all stayed out there.
  8. Together they went around the world with Muhammad Ali, to Zaire, Manila, Kuala Lumpur.
  9. Look at the men playing football in the trenches in the First World War, the Thriller in Manila or the Rumble in the Jungle.
  10. Perhaps he holds up a manila folder and declares “I is all done wit me quahtahly repahts boss, and dey is IRIE!”
  11. The archbishop of Manila sends to the king (July 30, 1621) an account of ecclesiastical and some other affairs in his diocese.
  12. Fajardo seconds the demand of the citizens of Manila that the Audiencia be suppressed, alleging that it does more harm than good.
  13. In Manila particularly, amidst the pealing of bells and strains of music, unfeigned enthusiasm and joy were everywhere evident.
  14. But no one in Spain and few in Manila as yet could foresee how the fulfilment of the Agreement would be bungled.
  15. Condition of the archbishopric of Manila in regard to the affairs of ecclesiastical and secular government.