[ si-too-bahl ]
/ sɪˈtu bɑl /
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Bay of, an inlet of the Atlantic, in W Portugal. 20 miles (32 km) long; 35 miles (56 km) wide.
a seaport on this bay, near Lisbon.
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Example sentences from the Web for Setúbal
The 802 Sado, which issues into Setubal Bay, is the only important river of this region.
At Setubal Boutaca had built a church with three vaulted aisles of about the same height.Portuguese Architecture|Walter Crum Watson
British Dictionary definitions for Setúbal
/ (Portuguese səˈtuβal) /
a port in SW Portugal, on Setúbal Bay south of Lisbon: an earthquake in 1755 destroyed most of the old town. Pop: 113 937 (2001)
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