[ sah-daw-vah ]
/ ˈsɑ dɔˌvɑ /
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a village in NE Bohemia, in the N Czech Republic: Prussian victory over Austrians 1866.
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German Sa·do·wa [zah-doh-vah]. /zɑˈdoʊ vɑ/.
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How to use Sadová in a sentence
But in 1866, having been decisively beaten by Prussia at Sadova, it found itself facing a new destiny.Bohemia under Hapsburg Misrule|Various