Eindhoven at English => English (The Britannica Concise) Of Explained:
Commune (pop., 1994 est.: 196,000), S Netherlands. Situated on the Dommel River, southeast of Rotterdam, it was chartered in 1232 by Henry I, duke of Brabant. After 1900 it developed from a small village into one of the largest industrial centers of the Netherlands, and in 1920 it annexed five adjoining municipalities. The city is the seat of a technical university and the headquarters of Philips Electronics NV.
Eindhoven at English => English (WordNet) Of Explained:
n : city in southeastern Netherlands noted for electrical
Eindhoven at English (WD) Of Explained:
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EtymologyFrom Inter: etyl » nl|en Inter: term » Eindhoven|lang=nl.
Proper nounInter: en-proper nou » n
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DutchInter: wikipedia » lang=nl
EtymologyFrom Inter: etyl » dum|nl Inter: term » Endehoven|lang=dum.
Pronunciation* Inter: IPA » lang=nl|/ˈɛi̯nt.ˌɦoː.və(n)/
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Proper nounInter: nl-proper noun » g=n
Category: Category:nl:Cities -
Translation: es » Eindhoven
Translation: nl » Eindhoven
Translation: zh » Eindhoven