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I·bi·zaalso I·vi·za (ē-bē′sə, ē-vē′thä)
A Spanish island of the Balearic Islands in the western Mediterranean Sea southwest of Majorca. The island attracts tourists and artists and has Roman, Phoenician, and Carthaginian ruins.
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Ibiza(Spanish iˈβiθa) or
1. (Placename) a Spanish island in the W Mediterranean, one of the Balearic Islands: hilly, with a rugged coast; tourism. Pop: 40 175 (2003 est). Area: 541 sq km (209 sq miles)
2. (Placename) the capital of Ibiza, a port on the south of the island. Pop: 16 000 (latest est)
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a Spanish island in the SW Balearic Islands, in the W Mediterranean Sea. 209 sq. mi. (541 sq. km).
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