carbonado


1car·bo·na·do

noun \ˌkär-bə-ˈnā-(ˌ)dō, -ˈnä-\
plural car·bo·na·dos or car·bo·na·does

Definition of CARBONADO

archaic
:  a piece of meat scored before grilling

Origin of CARBONADO

Spanish carbonada
First Known Use: 1584

2carbonado

verb

Definition of CARBONADO

transitive verb
1
archaic :  to make a carbonado of
2
archaic :  cut, slash

First Known Use of CARBONADO

1599

Rhymes with CARBONADO

3carbonado

noun
plural carbonados

Definition of CARBONADO

:  an impure opaque dark-colored fine-grained aggregate of diamond particles valuable for its superior toughness

Origin of CARBONADO

Portuguese, literally, carbonated
First Known Use: 1853

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