/ (ˌnjuːtənˈæbɪ) /
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a town in Northern Ireland, in Newtownabbey district, Co Antrim on Belfast Lough: the third largest town in Northern Ireland, formed in 1958 by the amalgamation of seven villages; light industrial centre, esp for textiles. Pop: 62 056 (2001)
a district of E Northern Ireland, in Co Antrim. Pop: 80 285 (2003 est). Area: 151 sq km (58 sq miles)
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How to use Newtownabbey in a sentence
He led the campaign to have the show cancelled with in an article in the Newtownabbey Times.
Those tickets are now being refunded after Fraser Agnew, the mayor of Newtownabbey sided with his fellow Unionists.