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Stras·bourg

 (sträs′bo͝org′, sträz′-, sträz-bo͝or′)
A city of northeast France near the German border east of Nancy. Originally a free imperial city of the Holy Roman Empire, it was occupied by France in 1681, passed to Germany in 1871, and was recovered by France in 1919. It now serves as the seat of the parliament of the European Union.
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Strasbourg

(French strasbur; English ˈstræzbɜːɡ)
n
(Placename) a city in NE France, on the Rhine: the chief French inland port; under German rule (1870–1918); university (1567); seat of the Council of Europe and of the European Parliament. Pop: 276 867 (2006). German name: Strassburg
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Stras•bourg

(ˈstræs bɜrg, ˈstrɑz bʊərg)

n.
a city in NE France, near the Rhine. 257,303. German, Strass•burg (ˈʃtrɑs bʊrk)
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Noun1.Strasbourg - city on the Rhine in eastern France near the German borderStrasbourg - city on the Rhine in eastern France near the German border; an inland port
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Translations
Štrasburg
Strasbūras
Strasburg
Štrasburg

Strasbourg

[ˈstræzbɜːg] NEstrasburgo m
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Strasbourg

[ˈstræzbɜːrg] nStrasbourg
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Strasbourg

nStraßburg nt
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Strasbourg

[ˈstræzbɜːg] nStrasburgo f
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STRASBOURG, France (Reuters) - Strasbourg reopened its traditional Christmas market under heavy security on Friday, the morning after French police shot dead a gunman suspected of killing four people in the heart of the historic city.
STRASBOURG, France -- The man authorities believe killed three people during a rampage near a Christmas market in Strasbourg died Thursday in a shootout with police at the end of a two-day manhunt, French authorities said.
WASHINGTON, Dec 13 (KUNA) -- The US strongly condemned late Wednesday the "horrific act of terror" in Strasbourg, France, affirming that it remains "committed" to defeating the "global threat of terrorism." "The United States stands in solidarity with France and condemns in the strongest terms the horrific act of terror in Strasbourg," State Department Deputy Spokesperson Robert Palladino said in a statement.
Manama, December 12, 2018, SPA -- The Kingdom of Bahrain has condemned the shooting incident which took place in Strasbourg, France, and resulted in the death and injury of several people.
Police secure a street and the surrounding area after a shooting in Strasbourg, France, December 11, 2018.
A few years ago when I was visiting Strasbourg, France, doing research for my book Quiches, Kugels and Couscous, My Search for Jewish Cooking in France, it seemed that every Jewish cook I visited served me a rhubarb tart topped with a custard, unlike American rhubarb pies, which almost always marry rhubarb with the sweeter strawberry.
Fataliyeva made the remarks at the PACE summer session in Strasbourg, France, June 25.
The court in Strasbourg, France, said Breivik had challenged the conditions of his detention, particularly the fact that he was kept isolated from other prisoners.
Bourdain, aged 61, was in Strasbourg, France working on an upcoming episode of his CNN series on culinary traditions around the world, titled 'Parts Unknown'.
The couple's "last resort" appeal to the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) in Strasbourg, France, was dismissed on Tuesday.
Born in Strasbourg, France, Vincent graduated from the School of Tourism and Hotel Management in Strasbourg and in 1994, began his career in food & beverage field as a chef.