Definition of Calais in English:

Calais

Line breaks: Cal¦ais
Pronunciation: /ˈkaleɪ
 
, kalɛ/
A ferry port in northern France; population 75,790 (2006). Captured by Edward III in 1347 after a long siege, it remained an English possession until it was retaken by the French in 1558.

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