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Brus·sels

 (brŭs′əlz)
The capital city of Belgium, in the central part of the country. Once the chief town of Brabant, it was made (1530) the capital of the Netherlands under the Habsburgs. Officially bilingual (Flemish and French), it became capital of Belgium in 1830.

Brussels

(ˈbrʌsəlz)
n
(Placename) the capital of Belgium, in the central part: became capital of Belgium in 1830; seat of the European Commission. Pop: 999 899 (2004 est). Flemish name: Brussel French name: Bruxelles

Brus•sels

(ˈbrʌs əlz)

n.
the capital of Belgium, in the central part. 1,050,787 (with suburbs). Flemish, Brus•sel (ˈbrüs əl) ;French, Bruxelles.
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Noun1.Brussels - the capital and largest city of BelgiumBrussels - the capital and largest city of Belgium; seat of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization
Belgique, Belgium, Kingdom of Belgium - a monarchy in northwestern Europe; headquarters for the European Union and for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization
Translations
Brussel
بروكسل
Брюксел
Brussel·les
Brusel
Bruxelles
Bruselo
Brüssel
بروکسل
Bryssel
בריסל
Bruxelles
Brüsszel
Brussel
Brussel
ブリュッセル
브뤼셀
Bruxellae
Briuselis
Brisele
ബ്രസല്‍സ്
Brussel
Bruksela
Bruxelles
Brusel
Bruselj
BriselБрисел
Bryssel
Brussels
บรัสเซลส์
Brüksel
Брюссель
Bruxelles

Brussels

[ˈbrʌslz]
A. NBruselas f
B. CPD Brussels sprout Ncol f de Bruselas

Brussels

[ˈbrʌsəlz] nBruxelles
in Brussels → à Bruxelles
to Brussels → à BruxellesBrussels sprout [ˌbrʌsəlzˈspraʊt] nchou m de Bruxelles

Brussels

nBrüssel nt

Brussels

:
Brussels lace
nBrüsseler Spitze(n) f(pl)
Brussels sprouts
plRosenkohl m

Brussels

[ˈbrʌslz] nBruxelles f
References in classic literature ?
An International Congress of Hygiene was being held at Brussells, and an International Congress of Medicine at Philadelphia.
We now hear that those useless MEPs in Brussells have a [euro]350m shortfall in their pension fund, yet these parasites of the taxpayer will lose nothing, unlike the former ASW steelworkers and those in the FAS who have had up to, and in some cases more than 50% stolen from theirs, even though it has not cost the taxpayer a penny to restore these pensions in full.
Magistrates adjourning sentencing to allow Wharton, of Brussells Court in Halifax, to be assessed for a drug rehabilitation requirement.
It comes with a tart, acidic Brussells sprout slaw.
LOCATIONS AND PARTICIPATION Number of Participating PQ Location Countries 1967 Brussels Pavilion and Wallenstein 20 Riding Hall 1971 Brussels Pavilion and the Left 26 Wing of the Congress Hall of PKOJF 1975 Brussells Pavilion, ULUV 28 Exhibition Hall and Wallenstein Riding Hall 1979 Brussells Pavilion and Pergola 27 PKOJF Wallenstein Riding Hall 1983 Left and right wings of the 28 PKOJF Congress Hall 1987 Left and right wings of the 32 PKOJF Congress Hall 1991 Palace of Culture 36 1995 Industrial Palace 42 1999 Industrial Palace 45 2003 Industrial Palace 50 2007 Industrial Palace and Krizik's 51 Pavilion E, Alfred ve dvore Theatre, NoD/Roxy, Archa Theatre, Ecotechnical Museum, streets of Prague city centre 2011 National Gallery's Veletrzni 61 Palace, the Prague Crossroads -St.
The mammoth task was one of Stuart's biggest physical challenges to date, having already pushed a Brussells sprout up Snowdon with his nose and walking every street in Coventry.
At the Brussells meeting the European Union helped in resolving the deadlock on payment of past-due bills of Ukraine to Gazprom, reported (http://www.
45pm kick-off, Sky Sports 1 HAVING lost their opening away game at Borussia Dortmund the Gunners need to avoid defeat in Brussells against their likely rivals for a place in the knockout stages.
One of the first to go through the checks, documentary maker Sorious Samura, 51, also reportedly branded them a "joke" after Passport Control staff only realised he had come from Liberia via Brussells when he volunteered the information.
Brussells : France's far-right National Front and Britain's UKIP led a eurosceptic "earthquake" in EU parliamentary polls, sending shockwaves across Europe and beyond.
Since quitting as MP in 1995 Kinnock has earned a fortune and an enviable pension pile after work as a European Commissioner in Brussells.