Lausanne

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Lau·sanne

 (lō-zăn′, -zän′)
A city of western Switzerland on the northern shore of Lake Geneva. Originally a Celtic settlement, Lausanne became a center of Calvinism after the 1530s and was home to Voltaire, Gibbon, and Rousseau in the 1700s.
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Lausanne

(ləʊˈzæn; French lozan)
n
(Placename) a city in W Switzerland, capital of Vaud canton, on Lake Geneva; cultural and commercial centre; university (1537). Pop: 116 300 (2002 est)
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Lau•sanne

(loʊˈzæn)

n.
the capital of Vaud, in W Switzerland, on the Lake of Geneva. 123,700.
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Noun1.Lausanne - a city in western SwitzerlandLausanne - a city in western Switzerland; cultural and commercial center
Schweiz, Suisse, Svizzera, Swiss Confederation, Switzerland - a landlocked federal republic in central Europe
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Translations

Lausanne

[ləʊˈzæn] NLausana f
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Lausanne

[ləʊˈzæn] nLosanna
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