[ sah-daw-vah ]
/ ˈsɑ dɔˌvɑ /
a village in NE Bohemia, in the W Czech Republic: Prussian victory over Austrians 1866.
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Czech Sa·do·vá [sah-daw-vah]. /ˈsɑ dɔˌvɑ/.
Words nearby Sadowa
, sad sack
, sad tree
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How to use Sadowa in a sentence
This encounter was near Sadowa and Kniggrtz, and took place only seventeen days after war began.
The natural map had already secured political recognition in the Austrian Empire after Sadowa .
The battle of Sadowa was fought on the 3d of July, the third anniversary of the decisive day of our battle of Gettysburg.
The matter is in fair way to disturb the peace of Europe before Sadowa shall have become as old a battle as we now rate Solferino.
British Dictionary definitions for Sadowa
a village in the Czech Republic, in NE Bohemia: scene of the decisive battle of the Austro-Prussian war (1866) in which the Austrians were defeated by the PrussiansCzech name: Sadová (ˈsadɔvaː)
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