Andorra [ an- dawr- uh, - dor- uh; Spanish ahn- daw- r rah ] SHOW IPA / ænˈdɔr ə, -ˈdɒr ə; Spanish ɑnˈdɔr rɑ / PHONETIC RESPELLING noun a republic in the E Pyrenees between France and Spain, under the joint suzerainty of France and the Spanish Bishop of Urgel. 191 sq. mi. (495 sq. km). Also called An·dor·ra la Ve·lla [ Catalan. ahn- daw- r rah lah ve-lyah]. / Catalan. ɑnˈdɔr rɑ lɑ ˈvɛ lyɑ/. a city in and the capital of this republic.
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An·dorre [ah n- daw]. r /ɑ̃ˈdɔr/. OTHER WORDS FROM Andorra An·dor·ran, adjective, noun Words nearby Andorra andiron
Andorra la Vella
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How to use Andorra in a sentence
Andorra on Thursday voted unanimously to extend civil marriage rights to same-sex couples.
“Today we are voting on a law for everyone, which includes all of us,” said Carles Enseñat, president of
Andorra’s Democratic Parliamentary Group, before the vote.
A fire broke out Friday alongside the field at National Stadium in
Andorra, where England’s national men’s soccer team will play Saturday in a World Cup qualifier.
Andorra is a tax haven with bargain luxury goods shopping and great ski slopes.
Casually, he placed his left hand in his pocket, then he turned toward
Andorra, holding out the folder.
Andorra set the glass down and leaned forward, hands gripping his knees.
It's a week's travel properly to visit
Andorra and view all its wild unworldliness, so the trip is here only suggested.
He placed a hand on the back of
Andorra's chair, remembering the words of one of the teachers.
Andorra has been derived from the Arabic, but it is, without doubt, considerably older than the time of the Moors. British Dictionary definitions for Andorra noun a mountainous principality in SW Europe, between France and Spain: according to tradition, given independence by Charlemagne in the 9th century for helping to fight the Moors; placed under the joint sovereignty of the Comte de Foix and the Spanish bishop of Urgel in 1278; under the joint overlordship of the French head of state and the bishop of Urgel from the 16th century; adopted a constitution reducing the powers of the overlords in 1993. Languages: Catalan (official), French, and Spanish. Religion: Roman Catholic. Currency: euro. Capital: Andorra la Vella. Pop: 85 293 (2013 est). Area: 464 sq km (179 sq miles) Official name: Principat d'Andorra
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