Elba

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El·ba

 (ĕl′bə)
An island of Italy in the Tyrrhenian Sea between Corsica and the mainland. Napoleon spent his first period of exile here (May 1814-February 1815).
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Elba

(ˈɛlbə)
n
(Placename) a mountainous island off the W coast of Italy, in the Mediterranean: Napoleon Bonaparte's first place of exile (1814–15). Pop: 30 000 (latest est). Area: 223 sq km (86 sq miles)
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El•ba

(ˈɛl bə)

n.
an Italian island in the Mediterranean, between Corsica and Italy: site of Napoleon's first exile 1814–15. 26,830; 94 sq. mi. (243 sq. km).
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Elba

Elba

[ˈelbə] NElba f
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