American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of eastern Hungary near the Romanian border east of Budapest. Founded in the 14th century, it was the provisional capital from 1944 to 1945. Population: 204,000.
- n. A town in Hungary; the capital of the county of Hajdú-Bihar.
“A young and inexperienced quartet of 16-year-old U.S. women shook up the world order this weekend at the 36th World Gymnastics Championships in Debrecen, Hungary.”
“The Gladiators, in Debrecen, a city in northeast Hungary about 140 miles from Budapest, play in a clearing in the woods on the edge of town.”
“After liberation, she and her father reunited in Debrecen.”
“In 1941 her father became principal of a large Jewish elementary school in Debrecen so the whole family moved there.”
“Despite failing to win a single point in the tournament and surrendering 19 goals in six games, Debrecen went on to hoist the Hungarian league title in May for the fifth time in six years and is well-placed to retain its trophy thanks in no small part to a”
“Debrecen made 50% of its total revenue from reaching the group stage," said Mr. Gomes.”
“By reserving five group-stage berths for clubs from outside Europe's big-five leagues, UEFA has opened up the tournament to teams like Debrecen, which became the first Hungarian club in 14 years to reach the Champions League group stage last season.”
“In the skin, explained lead researcher Tamás Bíró of the University of Debrecen, Hungary, these compounds help the sebaceous glands protect us from harsh outer elements, such as the drying effects of wind and sun.”
“On Friday, Ophelia and I met my father and drove to Debrecen, where he teaches at the university.”
“Except that at the moment I'm not actually in Debrecen.”
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