/ (ˈtræzɪˌmiːn) /
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Lake Trasimene a lake in central Italy, in Umbria: the largest lake in central Italy; scene of Hannibal's victory over the Romans in 217 bc . Area: 128 sq km (49 sq miles)Also known as: Lake Perugia Italian name: Lago Trasimeno
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How to use Trasimene in a sentence
It commands wide views northwards over the lakes of Chiusi and of Trasimene, and southwards towards Rome.
Lasche—a small fish corresponding to our dace, and abundant in the Lake of Trasimene.
Fucina has been dried up as a speculation, and Trasimene is threatened.Critical Studies|Ouida
The third thunderbolt of Hannibal fell at the Trasimene lake, when Flaminius was commander.
The loss to the Carthaginians in the battle of Lake Trasimene was only fifteen hundred men.The Young Carthaginian|G.A. Henty