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Inns·bruck

 (ĭnz′bro͝ok′, ĭns′-)
A city of western Austria west-southwest of Salzburg. Established as a fortified town c. 1180, it is a commercial center famed as a summer and winter resort.
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Innsbruck

(ˈɪnzbrʊk)
n
(Placename) a city in W Austria, on the River Inn at the foot of the Brenner Pass: tourist centre. Pop: 113 392 (2001)
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Inns•bruck

(ˈɪnz brʊk)

n.
a city in W Austria, on the Inn river. 118,000.
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Noun1.Innsbruck - city in southwestern AustriaInnsbruck - city in southwestern Austria; known as a summer and winter resort
Austria, Oesterreich, Republic of Austria - a mountainous republic in central Europe; under the Habsburgs (1278-1918) Austria maintained control of the Holy Roman Empire and was a leader in European politics until the 19th century
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