[ zee-broog-uh; Flemish zey-brœkh-uh ]
/ ˈziˌbrʊg ə; Flemish ˈzeɪˌbrœx ə /
a seaport in NW Belgium: part of the city of Bruges; German submarine base in World War I.
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How to use Zeebrugge in a sentence
As to the material results, in the case of Zeebrugge's these alone had been well worth attaining.
Information from all quarters shows that the Germans are steadily developing an important submarine base at Zeebrugge.
1914|John French, Viscount of Ypres
On January 22, 1915, another raid was made by two of our aviators on the new German naval base of Zeebrugge.
When we were off Zeebrugge, Sinjy, my observer, saw some little specks off the Mole.
British Dictionary definitions for Zeebrugge
/ (Flemish ˈzeːbryxə, English ˈziːˌbrʊɡə) /
a port in NW Belgium, in W Flanders on the North Sea: linked by canal with Bruges; German submarine base in World War I
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