Birkenhead

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Bir·ken·head

 (bûr′kən-hĕd′)
A borough of northwest England at the mouth of the Mersey River near Liverpool.

Birkenhead

(ˌbɜːkənˈhɛd)
n
(Placename) a port in NW England, in Wirral unitary authority, Merseyside: former shipbuilding centre. Pop: 83 729 (2001)

Birkenhead

(ˈbɜːkənˌhɛd)
n
(Biography) Frederick Edwin Smith, 1st Earl of, known as F. E. Smith. 1872–1930, British Conservative statesman, lawyer, and orator

Bir•ken•head

(ˈbɜr kənˌhɛd)

n.
a seaport in Merseyside county, in W England, on the Mersey River. 336,500.
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