Definition for bucharest (2 of 3)
Definition for bucharest (3 of 3)
Related formsWal·la·chi·an, adjective, noun
Examples from the Web for bucharest
Charlie just lost his mother, and escapes the pain with a trip to Bucharest.Evan Rachel Wood Is Grown Up, Unfiltered, and Still Loves Justin Bieber|Kevin Fallon|November 16, 2013|DAILY BEAST
After graduating in 1973 from the Ion Mincu Institute of Architecture in Bucharest, she joined the state design institute.
She was brought up in Sighisoara, a Transylvanian fortress town north-west of Bucharest.
The following year she stood for election as mayor of Bucharest but won less than four per cent of the vote.
He appointed a Jewish American as consul to Bucharest “for the benefit of the people who are laboring under severe oppression.”What Happened When General Grant Expelled Civil War Jews|Marc Wortman|March 22, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Bucharest, the capital of Roumania, is a town for which I have a sincere liking.The Passing of the Turkish Empire in Europe|B. Granville Baker
To the same effect speaks Professor Paulesco of Bucharest, of other elementary organisms.The Old Riddle and the Newest Answer|John Gerard
In addition, the organization of the church was reduced from six to two dioceses, Alba-Iulia and Bucharest.
As a result, Bucharest was often referred to as the "Paris of the Balkans."
The Book Central in Bucharest conducts all transactions involving the foreign exchange of publications.
British Dictionary definitions for bucharest (1 of 3)
British Dictionary definitions for bucharest (2 of 3)
British Dictionary definitions for bucharest (3 of 3)
Rumania or Roumania
Culture definitions for bucharest (1 of 2)
Culture definitions for bucharest (2 of 2)
Republic in southeastern Europe on the northeast Balkan Peninsula, bordered by Hungary to the northwest, Ukraine to the northeast, Moldova and the Black Sea to the east, Bulgaria to the south, and the former Yugoslavia to the southwest. Its capital and largest city is Bucharest.