Definition of Danube in English:

Danube

Line breaks: Dan¦ube
Pronunciation: /ˈdanjuːb
 
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  • A river which rises in the Black Forest in SW Germany and flows about 2,850 km (1,770 miles) into the Black Sea. It is the second-longest river in Europe after the Volga; the cities of Vienna, Budapest, and Belgrade are situated on it. German name Donau1.

Derivatives

Danubian

Pronunciation: /daˈnjuːbɪən/
adjective
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  • It is the story of the lives and fortunes of the ethnically mixed (Roma and Bulgarian) Romiteli youth football team, aged between 15-16 years, from the Danubian town of Lom in northwestern Bulgaria.
  • The most serious problems facing the two countries have to do with transport, including Danubian navigation, and border crossing.
  • The French firm is also expected to use the cheap river transport on the Danube to supply many of its customers, which are also Danubian countries.

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