[ oo-dee-ne ]
/ ˈu di nɛ /
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a city in NE Italy.
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Words nearby Udine
udal, Udall, U.D.C., udder, UDI, Udine, Udmurt, Udmurt Autonomous Republic, Udmurt Republic, udo, udometer
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How to use Udine in a sentence
It was in the Villa Passarino, near Udine, that this infamous treaty saw the light.
South of Udine, on the marshy shore of the same series of lagoons which surround Venice itself, is Aquileja.
The vault was frescoed by Giovanni da Udine, but is now whitewashed.The Story of Florence|Edmund G. Gardner
It cannot be denied that some of the decorations of the school of Giovanni da Udine are open to this criticism.The Decoration of Houses|Edith Wharton
On the twenty-sixth there were frequent attempts to reach Udine by German flyers who were new to the ground.World's War Events, Volume III|Various
British Dictionary definitions for Udine
/ (Italian ˈuːdine) /
a city in NE Italy, in Friuli-Venezia Giulia region: partially damaged in an earthquake in 1976. Pop: 95 030 (2001)
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