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Madison1 British & World English

The state capital of Wisconsin; population 231,916 (est. 2008)

Madison2 British & World English

An energetic group dance popular in the 1960s

Madison in madison British & World English

A cycle relay race for teams of two or more riders, typically held over several days

Madison in Madison1 British & World English

The state capital of Wisconsin; population 231,916 (est. 2008)

madison British & World English

A cycle relay race for teams of two or more riders, typically held over several days

Madison, James British & World English

(1751–1836), American Democratic Republican statesman, 4th President of the US 1809–17. He played a leading part in drawing up the US Constitution (1787) and proposed the Bill of Rights (1791)

Madison Avenue British & World English

A street in New York City, centre of the American advertising business

Madison New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

, James (1751–1836), 4th president of the US 1809–17

vive en Wisconsin, concretamente en Madison in concretamente Spanish-English

he lives in Wisconsin, in Madison to be precise