American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- The capital and largest city of Slovakia, in the southwest part of the country on the Danube River near the Austrian and Hungarian borders. It was the capital of Hungary from 1541 to 1784. Population: 418,000.
- n. The capital of Slovakia.
- n. The region of Slovakia that includes the city of Bratislava.
- n. capital and largest city of Slovakia
- From the name of Prince Bräslav. (Wiktionary)
“Diego Rivera used his "Containing the Ice of the Danube in Bratislava," left, in the Mexico City's Ministry of Finance museum, to pay his taxes.”
“Apparently Michal resides in Bratislava, Slovakia, and you can check out more of his artwork on deviantArt (right here!)”
“One from a correspondent in Bratislava and one from somebody in Columbia, and now you, and ...”
“Wrestling: Joe Williams won an Olympic qualifying tournament in Bratislava, Slovakia, to earn a berth for the United States in the 163-pound weight class.”
“On clay outdoors in Bratislava, Slovakia won all four singles to clinch a second round berth before Hungary won the doubles for consolation.”
“But her season was interrupted by a series of injuries before she clinched her first WTA title, winning in Bratislava in October and finishing the year ranked No. 9.”
“Located in Bratislava’s Old Town, Villa Hronzo is an architectural masterpiece that stuns at a first glance.”
“I’ve been commissioned by the Slovak National Opera, in Bratislava, to work with a Slovak composer, Lubica Cekovska, to write an opera based on Wilde’s ‘Dorian Gray’.”
“He doesn't come home until Wednesday afternoon, as he's doing work with former students in Bratislava.”
“The new center-right coalition government in Bratislava, which is about to embark on a series of budget cuts at home, says it opposes helping richer, more spendthrift states.”
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