Bois de Boulogne

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Bois de Bou·logne

 (bwä′ də bo͞o-lōn′, -lôn′yə)
A park in the western part of Paris, France. A popular recreation area, it is the site of Auteuil and Longchamps racecourses.
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Bois de Boulogne

(French bwa də bulɔɲ)
n
(Placename) a large park in W Paris, formerly a forest: includes the racecourses of Auteuil and Longchamp
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Bois′ de Boulogne′

(ˈbwɑ)
n.
a park W of Paris, France.
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