[ ahn-duhr-lekht ]
/ ˈɑn dərˌlɛxt /
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a city in central Belgium, near Brussels.
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Frutos was an Anderlecht assistant during Najar’s time at the Brussels club, and Losada played and coached against him.Andy Najar signs with D.C. United, returning to his MLS roots|Steven Goff|April 15, 2021|Washington Post
He played three seasons in Washington before moving to Belgian power Anderlecht in a $3 million transfer, the largest in United history.Andy Najar signs with D.C. United, returning to his MLS roots|Steven Goff|April 15, 2021|Washington Post
The French left that place on the 10th, and next day encamped at Anderlecht, close to Brussels.Belgium|George W. T. (George William Thomson) Omond
There was one, for instance, about Guy, the poor man of Anderlecht.The Spell of Belgium|Isabel Anderson
That was pulled down in 1460, as the Anderlecht archives bear witness.
Strangely enough 'the poor man of Anderlecht' at one time seriously thought of embarking in trade.
His parents were very humble folk, probably serfs attached to the soil of Anderlecht.
British Dictionary definitions for Anderlecht
/ (Flemish ˈɑndərlɛxt) /
a town in central Belgium, a suburb of Brussels. Pop: 92 755 (2004 est)
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