EnglishEdit
EtymologyEdit
Monte (“mountain”) + Carlo (“Charles/Carl”). Named after Charles III of Monaco.
Proper nounEdit
 A part of Monaco famous for its casinos.
 A commonly served drink consisting of beer and grenadine.
 (statistics) Shortening of Monte Carlo method.
 An informal dance competition, where contestants in one quarter of the floor are eliminated by a randomly chosen card representing the corner.
Derived termsEdit
TranslationsEdit
a part of Monaco


a drink
in statistics: shortening of Monte Carlo method
an informal dance competition