Seville


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Se·ville

 (sə-vĭl′)
A city of southwest Spain on the Guadalquivir River north-northeast of Cádiz. An important settlement under the Romans, Vandals, and Visigoths, it was conquered by the Moors in ad 712 and later taken by Ferdinand III of Castile, who made it his royal residence in 1248. The city especially prospered after the discovery of the New World and served as the chief port of colonial trade until the early 1700s.

Seville

(səˈvɪl)
n
(Placename) a port in SW Spain, on the Guadalquivir River: chief town of S Spain under the Vandals and Visigoths (5th–8th centuries); centre of Spanish colonial trade (16th–17th centuries); tourist centre. Pop: 709 975 (2003 est). Ancient name: Hispalis Spanish name: Sevilla

Se•ville

(səˈvɪl)

n.
a port in SW Spain, on the Guadalquivir River. 668,356. Spanish, Se•vi•lla (sɛˈvi lyɑ)
Se•vil′lian (-yən) adj., n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Seville - a city in southwestern SpainSeville - a city in southwestern Spain; a major port and cultural center; the capital of bullfighting in Spain
Espana, Kingdom of Spain, Spain - a parliamentary monarchy in southwestern Europe on the Iberian Peninsula; a former colonial power
Translations

Seville

[səˈvɪl]
A. NSevilla f
B. CPD Seville orange Nnaranja f amarga
Seville orange tree N (Brit) → naranjo m amargo

Seville

nSevilla nt

Seville

[səˈvɪl] nSiviglia
References in classic literature ?
We might be seeing it all this spring--even the Easter ceremonies at Seville," he urged, exaggerating his demands in the hope of a larger concession.
At the door were standing two young women, girls of the district as they call them, on their way to Seville with some carriers who had chanced to halt that night at the inn; and as, happen what might to our adventurer, everything he saw or imaged seemed to him to be and to happen after the fashion of what he read of, the moment he saw the inn he pictured it to himself as a castle with its four turrets and pinnacles of shining silver, not forgetting the drawbridge and moat and all the belongings usually ascribed to castles of the sort.
Not the Inquisition of Seville, nor the German Vehm-gericht, nor the Secret Societies of Italy, were ever able to put a more formidable machinery in motion than that which cast a cloud over the State of Utah.
He looked up through the green leaves at the blue sky, bedappled with white, fleecy clouds, and wondered whether she guessed that his appearance here, his ownership of Iris, the studious care with which he had placed himself in the hands of a Seville Row tailor were all for her sake.
You must go to Seville," she said--she spoke a little broken English.
I have heard two very intelligent critics speak of Murillo's Immaculate Conception (now in the museum at Seville,) within the past few days.
said he, "if ye fall this day ye fall by no mean hands, for the flower of the knighthood of Castile ride under the banner of Don Tello, with the chivalry of Asturias, Toledo, Leon, Cordova, Galicia, and Seville.
Lowest of all, a compact leaden-vault enshrined the sweet wine and a stock of cordials: whence issued whispers of Seville Orange, Lemon, Almond, and Caraway-seed.
Ryanair, the Ireland-based budget airline, has announced the launch of a new Edinburgh to Seville route that will run twice weekly as part of its Winter 2018 schedule.
1) name, Addresses and contact point (s) territorial delegation of education in seville ronda del tamarguillo, S / n.
m describes the military uprisi in Seville in 1936 and the consequent repression by the fascist forces as they launched the civil war and ruled Spain for the next four decades.
Super Break has been in the short break market for over 30 years and this first five-day trip provides a great opportunity for travellers from the North-east to experience not just the beautiful city of Seville but the whole of the fascinating region of Andalucia.