[ luhtoo-key ]
/ lə tuˈkeɪ /
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a town in N France, on the English Channel, near Boulogne: seaside summer resort; airport.
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Le Touquet is very cosmopolitan, but it could hardly exist a month without its English patrons.France|Gordon Cochrane Home
At Le Touquet, which was a well-known pleasure centre before the war, there were good golf links and some excellent tennis courts.G. H. Q.|Frank Fox
In all honesty we must crown the slightly younger Le Touquet, on the other side of Boulogne, with that distinction.The Happy Golfer|Henry Leach
Many years later, on going over much of the same ground, with a halt at taples and Le Touquet, it was much the same.In the Heart of Vosges|Matilda Betham-Edwards
German soldiers were slain and others wounded when a mine was exploded at Le Touquet, on the north bank of the Lys.