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Bucureşti

(bukuˈreʃtj)
n
(Placename) the Romanian name for Bucharest
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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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Noun1.Bucuresti - national capital and largest city of Romania in southeastern RomaniaBucuresti - 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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Anchor Group, the owner of the Bucuresti Mall and Plaza Romania shopping malls in Bucharest Romania will invest some EUR 25 million in refurbishing the two projects, said Razvan Gaita, the company's general director.
The Turkish giants said they would pay FC Steaua Bucuresti 5 million euros in transfer fee and to the 24-year-old striker 5.2 million euros plus 10 thousand euros for each game appearance.
Summary: ISTANBUL (Cihan) - Steaua Bucuresti of Romania arrived in Istanbul on Wednesday for their UEFA Europa Group H match against Turkey's Fenerbahce.
Berlin (GER) Lens (FRA) Sampdoria (ITA) Steaua Bucuresti (ROM) Halmstads BK
Romania: V Marftei (Aurillac); V Ghioc (Dinamo Bucuresti), C Sauan (Rugby Rovigo), R Gonteineac (Aurillac), I Todorescu (U Cluj); I Tofan (Metro Racing), L Sirbu (Metro Racing); P Balan (Biarritz Olimpique), B Zebega (Steaua Bucuresti), M Socaciu (Rugby Rovigo), F Tatu (Steaua Bucuresti), C Petre (Tarbes), C Mersoiu (Perigueux), A Tudori (Perigueux), A Petrache (Beziers).
Romania: G Brezoianu (Bordeaux-Begles); I Teodorescu (Cluj University), N Oprea (Dinamo Bucuresti), C Lupu (Dinamo Bucuresti), V Ghiol (Dinamo Bucuresti); I Tofan (Steau Bucuresti), L Sirbu (Steau Bucuresti); D Dima (Castres), S Demci (Dinamo Bucuresti), M Socaciu (Rovigo), M Dragomir (Dinamo Bucuresti), V Nedelcu (Dinamo Bucuresti), M Bejan (Rulmentul Birlad), D Iacob (Farul Constanta), A Petrache (Dinamo Bucuresti, captain).
ISTANBUL, Nov 4, 2009 (TUR) -- Istanbul side Fenerbahce will host Steaua Bucuresti while Galatasaray will face Dinamo Bucuresti in UEFA Europa League day-4 games on Thursday.
Romania: G Brezoianu (BordeauxBegles); I Teodorescu (Cluj University), N Oprea, C Lupu, V Ghiol (all Dinamo Bucuresti); I Tofan (Steau Bucuresti), L Sirbu (Steau Bucuresti); D Dima (Castres), S Demci (Dinamo Bucuresti), M Socaciu (Rovigo), M Dragomir (Dinamo Bucuresti), V Nedelcu (Dinamo Bucuresti), M Bejan (Rulmentul Birlad), D Iacob (Farul Constanta), A Petrache (Dinamo Bucuresti, captain).
The team includes seven players from Romanian champions, Dinamo Bucuresti, who provide the captain in No.8 Alin Petrache.