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Bei·rut

 (bā-ro͞ot′)
The capital and largest city of Lebanon, in the western part of the country on the Mediterranean Sea. Founded by the Phoenicians, it was an important Greek and Roman trade center. Beirut was the scene of bitter factional fighting between Christians and Muslims after the outbreak of the Lebanese civil war in 1975 and was further damaged by an Israeli siege in 1982.
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Beirut

(ˌbeɪˈruːt) or

Beyrouth

n
(Placename) the capital of Lebanon, a port on the Mediterranean: part of the Ottoman Empire from the 16th century until 1918; many universities (including Lebanese, American, French, and Arab). Pop: 1 875 000 (2005 est)
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Bei•rut

(beɪˈrut, ˈbeɪ rut)

n.
the capital of Lebanon, a seaport. 702,000.
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Noun1.Beirut - capital and largest city of LebanonBeirut - capital and largest city of Lebanon; located in western Lebanon on the Mediterranean
Lebanese Republic, Lebanon - an Asian republic at east end of Mediterranean
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Translations

Beirut

[beɪˈruːt] NBeirut m
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Beirut

[beɪˈruːt] nBeyrouth
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Beirut

nBeirut nt
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Beirut

[beɪˈruːt] nBeirut f
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References in periodicals archive ?
Translated into Arabic by Snoubar Bayrout, it's comprised of Beckett's "That Time," "Not I," "Rockaby" and "Ohio Impromptu." Relatively late works, written between 1972 and 1980, all are notable for their refined brevity.
Je produis plusieurs varietes de raisins (Sultanine et Dabouki, Sabelle, Red Glob et Dattier de Bayrout) et quelques derives destines a la consommation familiale.
Akram Zaatari will screen his new five-minute-long work "Video in 5 movements." One of the country's most-respected artists and curators, Zaatari's revival of "Wassat Bayrout," the 1992 short he shot with Rachad al-Jisr, was much appreciated by the cineastes in the audience.