Santa Cruz

Santa Cruz

[san-tuh krooz; for 3 also Spanish sahn-tah kroos]
noun
1.
a city on the coast of California.
2.
an island in NW Santa Barbara Islands.
3.
a city in central Bolivia.
4.
St. Croix ( def 1 ).
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Santa Cruz1 (ˈsæntə ˈkruːz, Spanish ˈsanta ˈkruθ)
 
n
1.  a province of S Argentina, on the Atlantic: consists of a large part of Patagonia, with the forested foothills of the Andes in the west Capital: Río Gallegos. Pop: 206 897 (2000 est). Area: 243 940 sq km (94 186 sq miles)
2.  a city in E Bolivia: the second largest town in Bolivia. Pop: 1 352 000 (2005 est)
3.  another name for Saint Croix

Santa Cruz2 (Spanish ˈsanta ˈkruθ)
 
n
Alvaro de Bazán. 1526--88, Spanish naval commander, who proposed, assembled, and prepared the Spanish Armada but died shortly before it sailed for England

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