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San Diego

[ san dee-ey-goh ]

noun

  1. a seaport in SW California: naval and marine base.


San Diego

/ ˌsæn dɪˈeɪɡəʊ /

noun

  1. a port in S California, on the Pacific: naval base; two universities. Pop: 1 266 753 (2003 est)


San Diego

  1. City in southern California close to the border of Mexico .


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Notes

San Diego is a cultural, educational, and medical and scientific research center; a major port and naval base; and home of the San Diego Zoo.

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Example Sentences

Laborín Valdez laid out a grand plan to stop sewage from flowing into San Diego last fall.

Currently, the work is funded by a county organization known as First 5 San Diego.

City News Service reports that 80,000 vaccine doses that were delayed by storms began arriving in the San Diego area Tuesday night, allowing for the rescheduling of all missed second doses and the widespread resumption of first-dose appointments.

Upon his latest return in January 2018 in San Diego, Tiger Woods had been absent for long enough that he told of barely having met some of golf’s budding stars, citing as one example Jon Rahm, then just 23 but already ranked a lofty second.

Port officials want to build a new highway from San Diego to Oregon, through the ocean.

Last year in San Diego, they sported bloody pants and angry signs.

Kaimipono Wenger teaches at Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego, California.

That was McCain, who had since moved to San Diego and taken a job at a restaurant called African Spice.

Over the weekend, San Diego native Douglas McAuthur McCain became the latest American citizen to die fighting for ISIS in Syria.

I know he got into some trouble after my party because he was arrested in San Diego.

We read of one captain joyfully receiving the Mission bells to take to San Diego.

San Diego, called the Mother Mission, because it is the oldest church, is now also most in ruins.

I have just remembered some important letters I must write before we call at San Diego.

Accordingly the next morning the march was directed southward, toward the San Diego mission.

When near San Diego, Kearney's force was surrounded by three or four times its number, and were starving.

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