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Bu·cha·rest

 (bo͞o′kə-rĕst′, byo͞o′-)
The capital and largest city of Romania, in the southeast part of the country on a tributary of the Danube River. Founded in the 14th century, it soon became a fortress and a center for trade between Wallachia and Constantinople.
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Bucharest

(ˌbuːkəˈrɛst; ˌbjuː-)
n
(Placename) the capital of Romania, in the southeast. Pop: 1 764 000 (2005 est). Romanian name: Bucureşti
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Bu•cha•rest

(ˈbu kəˌrɛst, ˈbyu-)

n.
the capital of Romania, in the S part. 2,037,000. Romanian, Bucureşti.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Bucharest - national capital and largest city of Romania in southeastern RomaniaBucharest - national capital and largest city of Romania in southeastern Romania
Romania, Roumania, Rumania - a republic in southeastern Europe with a short coastline on the Black Sea
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Translations
Bukurešť
Bukarest
Bukarest
Bukarest
बुखारेस्ट
Bukarest
Bukareštas
Bukareszt
Bucureşti
Bukurešť
Bukarešta
Bukarest
Bükreş
Бухарест

Bucharest

[ˌbuːkəˈrest] NBucarest m
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Bucharest

[ˌbjuːkəˈrɛst ˌbuːkəˈrɛst] nBucarest
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Bucharest

nBukarest nt
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Bucharest

[ˌbuːkəˈrɛst] nBucarest f
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From 1919 to 1958 he lived in Bucharest, Rumania. A graduate of the Medical School in Bucharest, he followed postgraduate medical studies in Dresden, Germany.
A native of Bulgaria, fluent in six languages, recipient of several scholarships, Dessislav Sabev obtained a Master's degree in linguistics at the University of Sofia, before studying at the School of Social Sciences in Bucharest, Rumania, and later at Universite Laval.