Bordeaux

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Bor·deaux 1

 (bôr-dō′)
A city of southwest France on the Garonne River. It was under English rule from 1154 to 1453 and was the seat of the French government in 1914 and again in 1940. Bordeaux is the trading center of a notable wine-producing region.

Bor·deaux 2

 (bôr-dō′)
n. pl. Bor·deaux (bôr-dō′, -dōz′)
A red or white wine produced in the region around Bordeaux, France.

Bordeaux

(bɔːˈdəʊ; French bɔrdo)
n
1. (Placename) a port in SW France, on the River Garonne: a major centre of the wine trade. Pop: 235 878 (2006)
2. (Brewing) any of several red, white, or rosé wines produced around Bordeaux

Bor•deaux

(bɔrˈdoʊ)

n., pl. -deaux (-ˈdoʊz)
1. a seaport in SW France, on the Garonne River. 226,281.
2. any of various wines produced in the region surrounding Bordeaux, esp. claret.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Bordeaux - a port city in southwestern France; a major center of the wine trade
France, French Republic - a republic in western Europe; the largest country wholly in Europe
2.Bordeaux - any of several red or white wines produced around Bordeaux, France or wines resembling themBordeaux - any of several red or white wines produced around Bordeaux, France or wines resembling them
vino, wine - fermented juice (of grapes especially)
Medoc - red Bordeaux wine from the Medoc district of southwestern France
red Bordeaux, claret - dry red Bordeaux or Bordeaux-like wine
Translations

Bordeaux

[bɔːˈdəʊ] N
1. (Geog) → Burdeos m
2. (= wine) → burdeos m
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Tan solo hay dos testimonios mas en el mundo romano, uno en Burdigala (Aquitania, CIL XIII 884), y otro en Lugdunum (CIL XIII 2302).
420 m de altitud, situada al norte del paso de Roncesvalles, cercano a la via romana de Pompaelo a Burdigala (Bordeaux, Gironde),entre Iturissa (Espinal, Navarra) e Imus Pyrenaeus, en medio de la frontera hispanofrancesa.
objeto todos ellos de un intenso trafico de bienes articulado por la ruta maritima del Cantabrico (Marcos, 1990; Naveiro, 1991; Fernandez Ochoa y Morillo, 1994a, 1994b; Fernandez Ochoa, 2003) que, asimismo, propicio la llegada regular y la dispersion de sigillatas hispanicas en la Aquitania meridional (Rechin, 1997), incluso hasta Burdigala y su area de influencia (Mayet, 1969; Martin, 2002).