Turin

[ too r-in, tyoo r-, too-rin, tyoo- ]
/ ˈtʊər ɪn, ˈtyʊər-, tʊˈrɪn, tyʊ- /

noun

a city in NW Italy, on the Po: capital of the Kingdom of Italy 1860–65.
Italian Torino.

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Sardinia

[ sahr-din-ee-uh, -din-yuh ]
/ sɑrˈdɪn i ə, -ˈdɪn yə /

noun

a large island in the Mediterranean, W of Italy: with small nearby islands it comprises a department of Italy. 9301 sq. mi. (24,090 sq. km).
a former kingdom 1720–1860, including this island and Savoy, Piedmont, and Genoa (after 1815) in NW Italy: ruled by the House of Savoy. Capital: Turin.
Italian Sar·de·gna [sahr-de-nyah] /sɑrˈdɛ nyɑ/.
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British Dictionary definitions for turin (1 of 2)

Turin

/ (tjʊəˈrɪn) /

noun

a city in NW Italy, capital of Piedmont region, on the River Po: became capital of the Kingdom of Sardinia in 1720; first capital (1861–65) of united Italy; university (1405); a major industrial centre, producing most of Italy's cars. Pop: 865 263 (2001)Italian name: Torino

British Dictionary definitions for turin (2 of 2)

Sardinia

/ (sɑːˈdɪnɪə) /

noun

the second-largest island in the Mediterranean: forms, with offshore islands, an administrative region of Italy; ceded to Savoy by Austria in 1720 in exchange for Sicily and formed the Kingdom of Sardinia with Piedmont; became part of Italy in 1861. Capital: Cagliari. Pop: 1 637 639 (2003 est). Area: 24 089 sq km (9301 sq miles)Italian name: Sardegna
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Culture definitions for turin

Sardinia


Italian island in the Mediterranean Sea west of the mainland of Italy.

Note

The kingdom of Sardinia, which was founded in the early eighteenth century, became the nucleus of united Italy during the nineteenth century.
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