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Bo·lo·gna

 (bə-lōn′yə)
A city of north-central Italy at the foot of the Apennines north-northeast of Florence. It was originally an Etruscan town and became a Roman colony in the second century bc. Its famed university was founded as a law school in 1088.

bo·lo·gna

 (bə-lō′nē, -nə, -nyə) also ba·lo·ney or bo·lo·ney (-nē)
n.
A large sausage of finely ground pork or other meat, usually served as a cold cut.

[After Bologna.]
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Bologna

(bəˈləʊnjə; Italian boˈloɲɲa)
n
(Placename) a city in N Italy, at the foot of the Apennines: became a free city in the Middle Ages; university (1088). Pop: 371 217 (2001). Ancient name: Bononia

Bologna

(bəˈləʊnjə; Italian boˈloɲɲa)
n
(Biography) Giovanni da Bologna See Giambologna
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bo•lo•gna

(bəˈloʊ ni, -nə, -ˈloʊn yə)

n.
a cooked and smoked sausage made usu. of finely ground beef and pork.
[1555–65; after Bologna]

Bo•lo•gna

(bəˈloʊn yə)

n.
a city in N Italy. 459,080.
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Noun1.Bologna - the capital of Emilia-Romagna; located in northern Italy to the east of the Apennines
Emilia-Romagna - a region of north central Italy on the Adriatic
2.bologna - large smooth-textured smoked sausage of beef and veal and pork
sausage - highly seasoned minced meat stuffed in casings
polony - another name for Bologna sausage
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Bologna

[bəˈləʊnjə] NBolonia f
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bologna

, bologna sausage
n (Cook) → Mortadella f
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