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Entebbe

[en-teb-uh, -teb-ee] /ɛnˈtɛb ə, -ˈtɛb i/
noun
1.
a town in S Uganda, on Lake Victoria: international airport.
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  • Great improvements have been effected recently in the sanitation of Entebbe.

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  • A good botanical garden that any city of half a million population would be proud of is found in Entebbe.

  • My time had been overstayed in Entebbe, so we took our departure for Kampala, the native capital.

  • In the small European community at Entebbe there have been quite recently two suicides.

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  • The road from Entebbe to Kampala passes 108 through delicious country.

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  • Besides, the general unhealthiness of the country so far as the European is concerned is not local to Entebbe.

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Entebbe

/ɛnˈtɛbɪ/
noun
1.
a town in S Uganda, on Lake Victoria: British administrative centre of Uganda (1893–1958); international airport. Pop: 57 518 (2002 est)
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