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or Bag·dad  (băg′dăd′)
The capital and largest city of Iraq, in the center of the country on the Tigris River. Founded in the eighth century, it was heavily damaged by US forces during the Gulf War and the Iraq War.
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(bæɡˈdæd) or


(Placename) the capital of Iraq, on the River Tigris: capital of the Abbasid Caliphate (762–1258). Pop: 5 910 000 (2005 est)
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or Bag•dad

(ˈbæg dæd, bəgˈdæd)

the capital of Iraq, in the central part, on the Tigris. 4,648,609.
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Noun1.Baghdad - capital and largest city of IraqBaghdad - capital and largest city of Iraq; located on the Tigris River; "Baghdad is one of the great cities of the Muslim world"
Al-Iraq, Irak, Iraq, Republic of Iraq - a republic in the Middle East in western Asia; the ancient civilization of Mesopotamia was in the area now known as Iraq
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[ˌbægˈdæd] NBagdad m
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[bægˈdæd] nBagdad, Baghdâdbag lady nclocharde f
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nBagdad nt
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[bægˈdæd] nBagdad f
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This gentleman is this afternoon arrived from Denmark; and that is my Lord Ride, who came yesterday from Bagdat; here is Captain Friese, from Cape Turnagain; and Captain Symmes, from the interior of the earth; and Monsieur Jovaire, who came down this morning in a balloon; Mr.
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Rusya acisindan ise, Osmanli Devleti soz konusu oldugunda ozellikle Bagdat Demiryolu gibi Alman cikarlarindaki artis temel bir endise nedeniydi.
In terms of upscale property, areas such as Bagdat Avenue on the Asian side of Istanbul or Istiklal Avenue on the European side are in demand.
Turkey, Mersin, Camliyayla, Sebil, Hunting protection area, Bagdat Monastery, Sucati, 37 12' N, 34 28' E, 1504m, 30 July 2007, 2, leg.
The properties are located adjacent to the metro line, and in close proximity to Sabiha Gokcen International Airport, Bagdat Street as well as key business and leisure districts.
Uzzenov Bagdat of Kazakhstan claimed the gold medal getting past Mozlem Moradi of Iran.
Over the weekend, Deputy Agriculture Minister Erlan Nysanbayev and Chairman of the Committee of Forestry under the Ministry of Agriculture Bagdat Azbayev, and other officials arrived at the scene.
In a meeting between Iranian Deputy Minister of Industries, Mines and Trade Valiollah Afkhami Rad and Kazakh Ambassador to Tehran Amreev Bagdat Kultaevich here on Friday, the two sides vowed to do their best to strengthen cooperation and share experiences in various fields.EeEeEeEe In the meeting, Afkhami Rad underlined that promotion of trade ties with neighboring countries stands atop priorities of Iran's new administration.