[ oh-ber-vee-lyey ]
/ oʊ bɛr viˈlyeɪ /
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a town in N France, a suburb of Paris.
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How to use Aubervilliers in a sentence
Heaviest of all was the bombardment of Bourget, then in possession of the Germans, from the fort of Aubervilliers.Recollections of Thirty-nine Years in the Army|Charles Alexander Gordon
It matters little to me whether it comes from Villejuif or Aubervilliers.The Jealousy of le Barbouill|Jean Baptiste Poquelin de Molire
The best were supposed to come from Maisons, Vaugirard, and Aubervilliers.
"That's Aubervilliers; they are fighting at Bourget," said the good old man, who knew all the forts.
Some of our troops were trapped, the others got away, and fell back on the barricades in front of Aubervilliers.Diary of the Besieged Resident in Paris|Henry Labouchre
British Dictionary definitions for Aubervilliers
/ (French obɛrvilje) /
an industrial suburb of Paris, on the Seine. Pop: 63 136 (1999)Former name: French Notre-Dame-des-Vertus (nɔtrədamdevɛrty)
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