Covent Garden(redirected from Covent Garden, London, England)
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Cov·ent Garden(kŭv′ənt, kŏv′-)
An area in London long noted for its produce market (established in 1671) and its royal theater (first built in 1731-1732). The market was moved to a site on the Thames River in 1974.
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Covent Garden(ˈkʌvənt; ˈkɒv-)
1. (Placename) a district of central London: famous for its former fruit, vegetable, and flower market, now a shopping precinct
2. (Named Buildings) the Royal Opera House (built 1858) in Covent Garden
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Cov′ent Gar′den(ˈkʌv ənt, ˈkɒv-)
1. a district in central London, England, formerly a vegetable and flower market.
2. a historic theater in this district, first built 1731–32.
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