[ trom-soh; Norwegian trooms-œ ]
/ ˈtrɒm soʊ; Norwegian ˈtrʊms œ /
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a seaport in N Norway.
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Words nearby Tromsö
trombone, trommel, tromp, trompe, trompe l'oeil, Tromsö, -tron, trona, tronc, Trondheim, Trondheim Fiord
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How to use Tromsö in a sentence
The steamer which left Tromso, Norway, in search of the explorer has returned, and reports that no traces of him could be found.
"Tromso," groaned out Jorgenson; "I will never see snow again," he sobbed out, his face in his hands.The Rescue|Joseph Conrad
This is in the arctic circle, six months of night, but he had been born in Tromso.Autobiography of Andrew Carnegie|Andrew Carnegie
British Dictionary definitions for Tromsö
/ (ˈtrɒmsəʊ, Norwegian ˈtrumsø) /
a port in N Norway, on a small island between Kvaløy and the mainland: fishing and sealing centre. Pop: 61 897 (2004 est)
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