Gdynia

[ guh-din-ee-uh, -yuh; Polish gdi-nyah ]
/ gəˈdɪn i ə, -yə; Polish ˈgdɪ nyɑ /

noun

a seaport in N Poland, on the Gulf of Danzig.

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Example sentences from the Web for Gdynia

  • We got word last month from our man in Gdynia that they were going to do it, and that the bomb would be on board the Ludmilla.

    One-Shot|James Benjamin Blish
  • So we had our people in Gdynia defuse the thing after it was put on board the ship, but otherwise leave it entirely alone.

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British Dictionary definitions for Gdynia

Gdynia
/ (Polish ˈɡdɪnja) /

noun

a port in N Poland, near Gdańsk: developed 1924–39 as the outlet for trade through the Polish Corridor; naval base. Pop: 251 183 (2007 est)
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