[ yoh-kuh-soo-kuh, yuh-koos-kuh; Japanese yaw-kaw-soo-kah ]
/ ˌyoʊ kəˈsu kə, yəˈkʊs kə; Japanese ˈyɔ kɔˈsu kɑ /
a seaport on SE Honshu, in central Japan, on Tokyo Bay: naval base.
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Example sentences from the Web for Yokosuka
As soon as I was able to travel we started to go to Yokosuka in search of the missing vessel.
It was due to his efforts that the Yokosuka dockyard was constructed.A Fantasy of Far Japan|Baron Kencho Suyematsu
British Dictionary definitions for Yokosuka
/ (ˌjəʊkəʊˈsuːkə) /
a port in Japan, in SE Honshu: a major naval base with shipbuilding industries. Pop: 434 613 (2002 est)
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