[ suh-kuhn-der-uh-bad ]
/ səˈkʌn dər əˌbæd /
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a city in N Andhra Pradesh, in central India, part of Hyderabad: a former British military cantonment.
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How to use Secunderabad in a sentence
In December 1883 the regiment left Rangoon for Secunderabad.General Gatacre|Beatrix Gatacre
There is another rock with a similar name near Secunderabad; but the resemblance in that case is not so striking.
The following morning we were called at five o'clock, and by seven were driving towards Secunderabad, five or six miles distant.
The reward of these precautions was that the regiment reached Secunderabad without losing a man.
I return, therefore, to Lieutenant B.'s account of the march of his regiment to the cantonment of Secunderabad.
British Dictionary definitions for Secunderabad
/ (səˈkʌndərəˌbæd, -ˌbɑːd) /
a former town in S central India, in N Andra Pradesh: one of the largest British military stations in India: now part of Hyderabad city
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