[ vil-helm-shtrah-suh ]
/ ˈvɪl hɛlmˌʃtrɑ sə /
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a street in Berlin, Germany: location of the German foreign office and other government buildings until 1945.
(formerly) the foreign office and policies of the German government.
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Words nearby Wilhelmstrasse
Wilhelm II, Wilhelmina, Wilhelmina I, Wilhelm Meister, Wilhelmshaven, Wilhelmstrasse, Wilkes, Wilkes-Barre, Wilkes Land, Wilkins, Wilkinsburg
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How to use Wilhelmstrasse in a sentence
"Merely that the Wilhelmstrasse is skillful, Herr Windt," he replied.
He has already written to the Wilhelmstrasse in your behalf.
This creature was a paid secret agent, a go-between for Sir Joseph and the Wilhelmstrasse.The Cup of Fury|Rupert Hughes
Singleton saw to it that the truth of that much was verified, and duly reported to the Wilhelmstrasse.The Messenger|Elizabeth Robins
Promptly at two o'clock the gray army automobile emblazoned with Prussian eagles in black, left Wilhelmstrasse.Behind the Scenes in Warring Germany|Edward Lyell Fox
British Dictionary definitions for Wilhelmstrasse
/ (German ˈvɪlhɛlmʃtraːsə) /
a street in the centre of Berlin, where the German foreign office and other government buildings were situated until 1945
Germany's ministry of foreign affairs until 1945
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