Associations to the word «Monte»
MONTE, noun. (card games) a game in which 3 or 4 cards are dealt face-up and players bet which of them will first be matched in suit by others dealt
MONTE, noun. (Latin America) A wood or forest; timberland.
MONTE CARLIAN, noun. A Monégasque from Monte Carlo.
MONTE CARLIANS, noun. Plural of Monte Carlian
MONTE CARLO, proper noun. A part of Monaco famous for its casinos.
MONTE CARLO, proper noun. A commonly served drink consisting of beer and grenadine.
MONTE CARLO, proper noun. (statistics) Shortening of Monte Carlo method.
MONTE CARLO, proper noun. An informal dance competition, where contestants in one quarter of the floor are eliminated by a randomly chosen card representing the corner.
MONTE CARLO FALLACY, noun. The fallacy, most often believed by gamblers, that a past random event influences the outcome of a future random event, that is, that a run of even numbers at roulette means that there is a greater chance of an odd number next time.
MONTE CARLO METHOD, noun. (mathematics) (statistics) Any of a class of techniques for estimating the solution of a numerical mathematical problem by means of a random artificial sampling experiment that simulates the problem.
MONTE CARLO METHODS, noun. Plural of Monte Carlo method
MONTE CRISTO SANDWICH, noun. A fried sandwich with ham and/or turkey, sometimes battered and often served with fruit and cream.
MONTE, noun. A gambling card game of Spanish origin; 3 or 4 cards are dealt face up and players bet that one of them will be matched before the others as the cards are dealt from the pack one at a time.
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