[ US /ˈtʃɪɫi/ ]
[ UK /tʃˈɪli/ ]
[ UK /tʃˈɪli/ ]
- a republic in southern South America on the western slopes of the Andes on the south Pacific coast
How To Use Chile In A Sentence
- It was the policy of the good old gentlemen to make his chileren feel that home was the happiest place in the world; and I value this delicious home---feeling as one of the choicest gifts a parent can bestow.
- Chile's top constitutional court blocked a government bid to promote the free distribution of the morning-after pill to minors aged 14 and over, dealing a new setback to President Michelle Bachelet.
- By the way, my husband's theory is that Mexicans put chile on everything because their tastebuds are ruined from so many years of such "picante" food that nothing tastes like anything to them without chile. Something I just can't get used to
- The Chilean had first served for the match in the 10th game of the decider.
- Besides, he caused a general visitation to be made of all the land from Quito to Chile, registering the whole population for more than a thousand leagues; and imposed a tribute [_so heavy that no one could be owner of a_ mazorca _of maize, which is their bread for food, nor of a pair of_ usutas, _which are their shoes, nor marry, nor do a single thing without special licence from Tupac Inca. History of the Incas
- For Chilean architects, this is the challenge of a lifetime—to preserve history and to build sensibly.
- Use thicker-fleshed chiles, such as poblanos, and allow their skin to blacken and blister without burning through the flesh.
- I don't think the textures jive perfectly but the chile relleno taco is definitely something I haven't seen many other places.
- Chilean reds don't hide their charms either. Times, Sunday Times
- When asked whether the Chilean had shed the excess pounds he gained after his injury, he joked that all that worried him was the player's haircut.