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Prado (ˈprɑːdəʊ Pronunciation for Prado



  1. an art gallery in Madrid housing an important collection of Spanish paintings

Example Sentences Including 'Prado'

Margarita's book was based on lectures that she had given at the Prado.
Paul Preston DOVES OF WAR: Four Women of Spain (2002)
Oh what a feeling: strong across multiple segments with the Echo, Corolla, Camry, RAV4 and Prado.
The Australian (2004)
Prado V6 upgrade FRESH bits for Toyota's Prado have been confirmed with two new transmissions for V6 models the big news.
Courier, Sunday Mail (2004)
Ridden by Edgar Prado , the bay colt was an impressive winner at Keeneland at the weekend.
Glasgow Herald (2002)
Toyota is looking at Corolla, one of the most successful cars in history, and perhaps the Landcruiser and Prado as well.
Business Today (2000)
`If I were free," she said, `I'd visit all the museums -- the Prado , the Louvre, the Hermitage.
Sillitoe, Alan The Open Door


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