a black colored variety of diamond present in Brazil and used for diamond exercises It occurs in unusual or curved fragments seldom distinctly crystallized with a surface different from lightweight to porous
- To reduce animal meat across for frying or broiling to cut or cut and broil
- an inferior dark diamond found in industry for drilling and polishing
- a bit of animal meat (or seafood) that is scored and broiled
- Flesh, fowl, etc., slashed across, experienced, and broiled onu000du000a coals; a chop.
- Alt. of Carbonade
- A black selection of diamond, present Brazil, and utilized for diamond drills. It happens in irregular or rounded fragments, rarely distinctly crystallized, with a surface varying from compact to permeable.
It is almost exclusively in the mines of Bahia, and in particular in the Cincora district, that the valuable carbonado is found.