Definition of Apulia in English:

Apulia

Line breaks: Apu¦lia
Pronunciation: /əˈpjuːlɪə
 
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A region of SE Italy, extending into the ‘heel’ of the peninsula; capital, Bari. Italian name Puglia.

Derivatives

Apulian

noun & adjective
More example sentences
  • The Lucanian Apennines are an arcuate fold-and-thrust belt developed as a result of imbrication of different tectonic units, namely the Ligurian, Apenninic and Lagonegro Units, onto the Apulian foreland.
  • First, Apulians haven't become jaded by a crush of tourists, so they are the friendliest people I've met anywhere in the country.
  • A woman striking almost the same pose on the fourth-century BC Apulian bell krater to her right underscores Italy's and the model's ties to the classical world.

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