Definition of Brazilian capital

1. Noun. The capital of Brazil; a city built on the central plateau and inaugurated in 1960.

Exact synonyms: Brasilia, Capital Of Brazil
Generic synonyms: National Capital
Group relationships: Brasil, Brazil, Federative Republic Of Brazil



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Brazilian Capital

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Brayden
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Brazil nuts
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Brazilian Portuguese
Brazilian Sign Language
Brazilian blastomycosis
Brazilian capital (current term)
Brazilian guava
Brazilian haemorrhagic fever
Brazilian jiu-jitsu
Brazilian monetary unit
Brazilian pemphigus
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Brazilian potato tree
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Brazilian rosewood
Brazilian spotted fever
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Literary usage of Brazilian capital

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1. Brazil, the River Plate, and the Falkland Islands: With the Cape Horn Route by William Hadfield (1854)
"Approach to the Brazilian capital, and untoward preliminary to the Argentina's acquaintance therewith.—Stray notes on Bahia, containing memoranda on ..."

2. The Mineral Industry by Richard Pennefather Rothwell (1922)
"Minas Geraes has three chief producing companies, namely, the Boa Vista Diamond Mine Co. of Diamantina, which is controlled by Brazilian capital, ..."

3. OECD Economic Surveys Brazil 2001 by OECD Staff, Oecd (2001)
"As well as these questions about financial disclosure, Brazilian capital markets ... They take a global view of their operations and the Brazilian capital ..."

4. Working North from Patagonia: Being the Narrative of a Journey, Earned on by Harry Alverson Franck (1921)
"It was always a wonder to me how the citizens of the Brazilian capital succeeded in keeping within doors long enough to do their daily tasks. ..."

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