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Lille

 (lēl)
A city of northern France north-northeast of Paris near the Belgian border. Founded c. 1030, it was the medieval capital of Flanders and is now a commercial, cultural, and manufacturing center.
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Lille

(French lil)
n
(Placename) an industrial city in N France: the medieval capital of Flanders; forms with Roubaix and Tourcoing one of the largest conurbations in France. Pop: 232 432 (2006)
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Lille

(lil)

n.
a city in N France. 177,218. Formerly, Lisle.
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Noun1.Lille - an industrial city in northern France near the Belgian borderLille - an industrial city in northern France near the Belgian border; was the medieval capital of Flanders
France, French Republic - a republic in western Europe; the largest country wholly in Europe
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Lille

[liːl] NLila f
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