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Boulogne

[ boo-lohn, -loin, buh-; French boo-lawn-yuh ]
/ bʊˈloʊn, -ˈlɔɪn, bə-; French buˈlɔn yə /
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noun

a seaport in N France, on the English Channel.

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Also called Bou·logne-sur-Mer [boo-lawn-yuh-syr-mer]. /buˈlɔn yə sürˈmɛr/.
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Boulogne
/ (bʊˈlɔɪn, French bulɔɲ) /

noun

a port in N France, on the English Channel. Pop: 44 859 (1999)Official name: French Boulogne-sur-Mer (bulɔɲsyrmɛr)
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