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Israel1 British & World English

A country in the Middle East, on the Mediterranean Sea; population 7,233,700 (est. 2009); languages, Hebrew (official), English, Arabic; capital (not recognized as such by the United Nations), Jerusalem

Israel2 British & World English

The Hebrew nation or people. According to tradition they are descended from the twelve sons of the patriarch Jacob (also named Israel)

Israel British & World English

The Hebrew nation or people. According to tradition they are descended from the twelve sons of the patriarch Jacob (also named Israel)

children of Israel in Israel2 British & World English

The Hebrew nation or people. According to tradition they are descended from the twelve sons of the patriarch Jacob (also named Israel)

Tribes of Israel British & World English

The twelve divisions of ancient Israel, traditionally descended from the twelve sons of Jacob. Ten of the tribes (Asher, Dan, Gad, Issachar, Levi, Manasseh, Naphtali, Reuben, Simeon, and Zebulun, known as the Lost Tribes) were deported to captivity in Assyria circa 720 bc, leaving only the tribes of Judah and Benjamin

Israel Baline in Berlin, Irving British & World English

(1888–1989), Russian-born American songwriter; born Israel Baline. Notable works: the songs ‘God Bless America’ (1918) and ‘White Christmas’ (1942) and the score for Annie Get Your Gun (stage, 1946; film, 1950)

Israel Strassberg in Strasberg, Lee British & World English

(1901–82), American actor, director, and drama teacher, born in Austria; born Israel Strassberg. As artistic director of the Actors' Studio in New York City (1948–82) he was the leading figure in the development of method acting in the US

Israel Beer Josaphat in Reuter, Paul Julius British & World English

Baron von (1816–99), German pioneer of telegraphy and news reporting; born Israel Beer Josaphat. He founded the news agency Reuters

Lost Tribes British & World English

The ten tribes of Israel taken away circa 720 bc by Sargon II to captivity in Assyria (2 Kings 17:6), from which they are believed never to have returned, while the tribes of Benjamin and Judah remained

Ten Lost Tribes of Israel in Lost Tribes British & World English

The ten tribes of Israel taken away circa 720 bc by Sargon II to captivity in Assyria (2 Kings 17:6), from which they are believed never to have returned, while the tribes of Benjamin and Judah remained

Israel New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

country in the Middle East

Israel English-Spanish

Israel masculine

Israel Spanish-English

Israel

she had just got in from Israel in get English-Spanish

acababa de llegar de Israel