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Christiansand

[kris-chuh n-sand; Norwegian kris-tyahn-sahn] /ˈkrɪs tʃənˌsænd; Norwegian ˌkrɪs tyɑnˈsɑn/
noun
1.
former name of Kristiansand.
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  • The ship is bound to Christiansand, and when we arrive we must leave you there.

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  • We are going to put in at Christiansand, and then go to Christiania.

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  • What time does the steamer for Christiansand leave this place?

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  • If we go back to Christiansand, we shall be too late for the ship.

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  • I have seen two or three of those here, and near Christiansand.

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  • Where did you stow yourself, when we went into Christiansand?

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  • Can you explain the accident by which the second cutter was stove at Christiansand?

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  • She was a large Norwegian bark from Christiansand, and bound to London.

  • I need not say he was the pilot who had come on board to take us up to Christiansand.

  • The male of this isopod, which inhabits the bay of Christiansand, is not yet known.

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British Dictionary definitions for Christiansand

Christiansand

/ˈkrɪstʃənˌsænd; Norwegian kristianˈsan/
noun
1.
a variant spelling of Kristiansand
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