Definition of Liverpool in English:


Line breaks: Liv¦er|pool
Pronunciation: /ˈlɪvəpuːl
A city and seaport in NW England, situated at the east side of the mouth of the River Mersey; population 454,700 (est. 2009). Liverpool developed as a port in the 17th century with the import of cotton from America and the export of textiles produced in Lancashire and Yorkshire, and in the 18th century became an important centre of shipbuilding and engineering.

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