Getafe

[ hi-tah-fey; Spanish he-tah-fe ]
/ hɪˈtɑ feɪ; Spanish hɛˈtɑ fɛ /

noun

a city in central Spain.

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Example sentences from the Web for Getafe

  • He had just parted from Pascual Montara, he said, who was to take his report down to Getafe.

    The Wolf Cub|Patrick Casey
  • Getafe will not know of my resurrection until I play this little trick.

    The Wolf Cub|Patrick Casey
  • In two weeks' time from the day you deliver Jacinto Quesada to us, you can collect the reward by presenting yourself at Getafe.

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