What is Charlotte NC known for?
Part of speech: noun, (Female)Hyphenation:
- Char | lot | te, Plural: Char | lot | ten
- IPA: [ʃaʁˈlɔtə]
- 1) cold or warm dessert: a hemispherical shape is covered with biscuits, filled with cream and fruit and served upside down
- the dessert is probably named after the woman's name, allegedly after Queen Charlotte, the wife of King George III of England.
- 1) Dessert, sweet dish, dish
- 1) Apple charlotte, apricot charlotte, pear charlotte, strawberry charlotte, cherry charlotte, orange charlotte
- 1) The culmination of the menu was a traditional one Charlotte with apples.
- Charlotte shape
- Nominative: singular Charlotte; Plural Charlotte
- Genitive: singular Charlotte; Plural Charlotte
- Dative: singular Charlotte; Plural Charlotte
- Accusative: singular Charlotte; Plural Charlotte
- English: 1) charlotte
- French: 1) charlotte (Female)
- Italian: 1) charlotte (Female)
Part of speech: noun, (neuter), Part of speech: toponymHyphenation:
- Char | lotte, no plural
- 1) Major city in the US state of North Carolina
- 1) Big city, university city
- 1) “The second night in a row are in Charlotte Hundreds of people took to the streets in the US state of North Carolina to demonstrate against police violence. "
Part of speech: noun, (Female), Part of speech: first nameHyphenation:
- Char | lot | te
- IPA: [ʃaʁˈlɔtə]
- 1) feminine form of Charlot, the French diminutive of Charles
- 1) Charlotte Brontë, Charlotte von Stein
- 1) Emilie played with her little sister Charlotte in the yard of the property.
- English: 1) Charlotte
- French: 1) Charlotte
- Italian: 1) Carlotta
- Hungarian: 1) Sarolta
Similar words (German):Shallot
Practical example sentences
Automatically selected examples in German:
„The sun place on the Gendarmenmarkt for the guests of the Charlotte & Fritz.“
Nikos Weinwelten, April 27, 2019
„She has been in office for the first few months: Charlotte Delete.“
Kölnische Rundschau, March 11, 2019
„Is Charlotte Roche a radical animal rights activist? A photo shows how the presenter goes for a circus van.“
Day 24, August 19, 2018
„A circus threatens author Charlotte Roche with an ad. The background is a mob attack on Instagram.“
BILD.de, August 20, 2018
„Great start to the mega party: Charlotte Brandi and Jaguwar played at the beginning.“
Mopo, September 20, 2018
„The ex-world champion will have funeral services in Houston, Minnesota and Charlotte pay.“
DiePresse.com, June 2nd, 2020
„Eight years were valid Charlotte Worthy and Sido as a dream couple. Now she explains the failure of her marriage.“
BILD.de, April 7, 2020
„The publicist Charlotte Wiedemann thinks wisely how the move away from white dominance could succeed.“
sueddeutsche.de, March 16, 2020
„For the fans is the marriage of the rapper Sido and the presenter Charlotte Worthy of bad news.“
GMX, March 15, 2020
„Fearing that the virus would spread further, the school of Prince George and Princess Charlotte closed.“
Today.at, February 27, 2020
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Entries from our dictionary containing "Charlotte":
stone:… Steen, Steenke, Steenken, Steindl, Steinel, Steiner, Steinl, Steinle Well-known namesake: Charlotte von Stein, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's friend Edith Stein, German…
company: ... declaratory meaning. 1) The legal form addition is part of the company. 2) The mother of Charlotte Sophie runs the company with success. 2) The company consists of four divisions, which are divided into ...
Karl:… Other spellings: 1) Carl Feminine forms: 1) Karla, Karola, Carola, Caroline, Charlotte Reduced forms: 1) Kalle, Kalli Well-known namesake: 1) Karl der…
domain: After the death of the last landowner Carl Friedrich von Beyme in 1838, his daughter Charlotte Gerlach sold the village to the Prussian domain treasury in 1841
Fritz: German surname, family name Origin of the term: originally a nickname for Friedrich Known bearers of the name: 1) Charlotte Fritz, Clemens Fritz, Ingeborg Fritz, Susanne Fritz, Volkmar Fritz, Walter Fritz Examples of use: 1) Miss Fritz is already listening to the gramophone again
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