Santiago de Cuba

[ san-tee-o-goh duh -kyoo-buh; Spanish son-tee-o-gohthe -koo-bah ]
/ sæn tiˈɒ goʊ də ˈkyu bə; Spanish sɒn tiˈɒ goʊ ðɛ ˈku βɑ /

noun

a seaport in southeastern Cuba: naval battle 1898.

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British Dictionary definitions for Santiago de Cuba

Santiago de Cuba
/ (Spanish de ˈkuβa) /

noun

a port in SE Cuba, on Santiago Bay (a large inlet of the Caribbean): capital of Cuba until 1589; university (1947); industrial centre. Pop: 456 000 (2005 est)
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