Is Manzana a Spanish word for Apple?
The dictionary of the Spanish language of the Spanish Royal Academy, the authoritative source for the Spanish language, defines the word manzana (in addition to its unrelated meaning as “apple”) as “urban space, built-up or intended to be built up, usually quadrilateral in shape, delimited by streets on all sides”.
How much is a Manzana?
1 manzana = 8,353 square meters (approximately 2.064 acres).
What is a Spanish saya?
baggy clothes, the ~ Noun. oversized clothing, the ~ Noun.
Is acre metric or imperial?
Acre, unit of land measurement in the British Imperial and United States Customary systems, equal to 43,560 square feet, or 4,840 square yards.
Which of these Spanish drinks is made of apples?
Manzana, also known as manzanita and manzana verde, is a liqueur generally made of wild apples. The name refers to the apples and not the alcoholic beverage which is usually clear in color. It has Spanish origins, more precisely of the Basque country. Its name manzana is apple in Spanish; verde is Spanish for “green”.