CHAD


CHAD
Debe evitarse el uso de Tchad en lugar de Chad, por ser Chad la transcripción española más adecuada del nombre de este país.

Diccionario español de neologismos. 2013.

Mira otros diccionarios:

  • chad — /chad/, n. Computers. a small paper disk or square formed when a hole is punched in a punch card or paper tape. [1945 50; orig. uncert.] * * * Chad Introduction Chad Background: Chad, part of France s African holdings until 1960, endured three… …   Universalium

  • Chad — /chad/, n. 1. Lake, a lake in Africa at the junction of four countries: Cameroon, Chad, Niger, and Nigeria. 5000 to 10,000 sq. mi. (13,000 to 26,000 sq. km) (seasonal variation). 2. Official name, Republic of Chad. a republic in N central Africa …   Universalium

  • Chad — Chad1 [chad] n. a masculine name Chad2 [chad] 1. country in NC Africa, south of Libya: formerly a French territory, it became independent in 1960: 495,755 sq mi (1,284,000 sq km); pop. 6,288,000; cap. N Djamena 2. Lake lake mostly in Chad, at the …   English World dictionary

  • Chad — steht für: Chad (Vorname), männlicher Vorname Chad von York, zweiter Bischof von York Chad (Einheit), veraltete Einheit des Neutronenflusses die englische Bezeichnung des afrikanischen Staates Tschad ein indisches Kartenspiel, siehe Spielkarte… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • chad — chad·ian; neb·u·chad·nez·zar; chad; chad·dar; …   English syllables

  • Chad|i|an — «CHAD ee uhn», adjective, noun. –adj. of or having to do with Chad, a country in central Africa. –n. a native or inhabitant of Chad …   Useful english dictionary

  • Chad — Chad, n. See {Shad}. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Chad — (2) African nation, former French colony (Tchad), independent since 1960, named for Lake Chad, from a local word meaning lake, large expanse of water …   Etymology dictionary

  • chad — [chad] n. [< ?] any of the bits of paper that are separated from a PUNCH CARD in the process of making the holes in it …   English World dictionary

  • Chad — m English: modern spelling of Old English Ceadda, name of a 7th century saint who was for a time archbishop of York. This is of uncertain derivation. The name is comparatively rare, even among Roman Catholics, by whom it is chiefly favoured …   First names dictionary

  • Chad — a country in north central Africa, between Niger and Sudan. Population: 8,707,000 (2001) Capital: N djamena …   Dictionary of contemporary English


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