[ US /kɝˈɑkəs/ ]
  1. the capital and largest city of Venezuela
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How To Use Caracas In A Sentence

  • We lived in Caracas for a brief period.
  • The government's idea of dignification of the police also involves high technology equipment, in November last year it spent 22 million bolivars (US$ 10 million) on weapons and security equipment for the Caracas Metropolitan Police: 4,000 pistols, 850 shot guns, 571 anti riot suits, ammunition, bullet proof vests, helmets etc. Undefined
  • The Caracas meeting, only the second heads-of-state Opec summit since 1975, will examine that adjustment mechanism.
  • CARACAS: The United States voiced support Friday for ally Colombia in an escalating confrontation with Venezuela that has seen Caracas severing all diplomatic relations with Channel NewsAsia Front Page News
  • The "hawkishness" about her that many here have commented about would seems to me to be an attempt to counter the (wrong) perception that a female would not have the cojones big enough to deal with the likes of Mahmoud in Tehran, Kim in Pyongyang or Hugo in Caracas. Hillary Joining Webb For Measure Opposing War With Iran
  • Days of rioting and looting followed in Caracas. Times, Sunday Times
  • Another critique launched by Chavez is that none of the people responsible for works or missions talks about Socialism or the Bolivarian Revolution or rooting out vices ... such as a case of the manager of a Socialist factory, living in Caracas and (Chavez hinted) covering hefty viaticum and other perks, apart from the Bs. F 10,000 he earns a month. Venezuela's Chavez slams poor government planning, discipline, failure to apologize
  • We met in Caracas and I studied some Chopin at her masterclasses.
  • In Caracas, the elected president is a Castroite who earlier attempted a beer-hall putsch and is busily immiserating his middle class.
  • CARACAS (Reuters) - At a workshop in the Venezuelan capital Caracas, technicians strip down a dozen luxury automobiles and begin the painstaking process of converting them into fortresses on wheels. - Articles related to Detained Salvadoran wanted in Cuba: Chavez
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