a port in N central Portugal, on the Aveiro lagoon: ancient Roman town; linked by canal with the Atlantic Ocean. Pop: 73 335 (2001): Ancient name: Talabriga (ˌtæləˈbriːɡə)
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How to use Aveiro in a sentence
The administrative district of Aveiro coincides with the north-western part of the province of Beira; pop.
De Aveiro, who was supposed to be the assassin-in-chief, was not taken until next day.The Jesuits, 1534-1921 | Thomas J. Campbell
“The Duke of Aveiro ought to have been here long ago,” said another noble.The Prime Minister | W.H.G. Kingston
The first prisoner led forward was the Duke of Aveiro, but he refused to answer any of the questions put to him.The Prime Minister | W.H.G. Kingston
One of the most remarkable examples of such a roof is found in the chancel of that same church at Aveiro.Portuguese Architecture | Walter Crum Watson