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Bruges

[ broo-jiz, broozh; French bryzh ]
/ ˈbru dʒɪz, bruʒ; French brüʒ /
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noun
a city in NW Belgium: connected by canal with its seaport, Zeebrugge.
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Flemish Brug·ge [brœkh-uh]. /ˈbrœx ə/.
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Bruges
/ (bruːʒ, French bryʒ) /

noun
a city in NW Belgium, capital of West Flanders province: centre of the medieval European wool and cloth trade. Pop: 117 025 (2004 est)Flemish name: Brugge (ˈbryxə)
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