[ thah-rah-gaw-thah, sah-rah-gaw-sah ]
/ ˌθɑ rɑˈgɔ θɑ, ˌsɑ rɑˈgɔ sɑ /
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Spanish name of Saragossa.
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Words nearby Zaragoza
Zappa, zappy, zaptiah, ZAPU, Zaqaziq, Zaragoza, Zarathustra, Zarathustrian, zaratite, Zardeh Kuh, zareba
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How to use Zaragoza in a sentence
Madrid was at once evacuated; and Clausel fell back from Zaragoza into France.History of the English People, Volume VIII (of 8)|John Richard Green
It will be seen that Zaragoza has not very much to interest an architect or ecclesiologist.Some Account of Gothic Architecture in Spain|George Edmund Street
In Zaragoza are sixty looms, which consume fifty thousand pounds of silk; but taffetas only are manufactured there.The Arts and Crafts of Older Spain, Volume III (of 3)|Leonard Williams
Nobody else dared even to make a remark about the animal; but when Zaragoza saw it, he drove it into his yard.
After they had talked a while, Zaragoza offered his bottle of wine to the soldiers, who freely drank from it.
British Dictionary definitions for Zaragoza
/ (Spanish θaraˈɣoθa) /
a city in NE Spain, on the River Ebro: Roman colony established 25 bc; under Moorish rule (714–1118); capital of Aragon (12th–15th centuries); twice besieged by the French during the Peninsular War and captured (1809); university (1474). Pop: 626 081 (2003 est)Pre-Roman name: Salduba Latin name: Caesaraugusta English name: Saragossa
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