Definition of Capital of mexico
1. Noun. The capital and largest city of Mexico is a political and cultural and commercial and industrial center; one of the world's largest cities.
Generic synonyms: National Capital
Group relationships: Mexico, United Mexican States
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Literary usage of Capital of mexico
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1. The Capitals of Spanish America by William Eleroy Curtis (1888)
"Water is still peddled about the capital of Mexico in jars, and the native farmer uses a plough whose pattern was old in the days of Moses. ..."
2. Notes of the Mexican War 1846-47-48: Comprising Incidents, Adventures and by J. Jacob Oswandel (1885)
"... capital of mexico. Saturday, December 4, 1847.—The train did not get off until noon; it is composed of the First Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers, ..."
3. Physical Geography by Mary Somerville (1870)
"General configuration of the continent; table-land and mountains of Mexico; ancient capital of Mexico; ..."
4. Narrative of a Tour in North America: Comprising Mexico, the Mines of Real by Henry Tudor (1834)
"Capital of Mexico, 27th March, 1832. MY DEAR FRIEND, IN continuation of my narrative, I now propose to conduct you to one of the mining districts of this ..."
5. Harper's Introductory Geography: With Maps and Illustrations Prepared (1896)
"What is the capital of Mexico? What is the chief seaport? On what gulf is it? What country is southeast of Mexico? What sea is east of Central America? ..."