American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- The capital and largest city of Portugal, in the western part of the country on the Tagus River estuary. An ancient Iberian settlement, it was held by the Phoenicians and Carthaginians, taken by the Romans in 205 B.C., and conquered by the Moors c. A.D. 714. Reconquered by the Portuguese in 1147, it flourished in the 16th century during the heyday of colonial expansion in Africa and India. The city was devastated by a major earthquake in 1755. Population: 565,000.
- n. The capital of Portugal and of the district of Lisbon.
- n. A district of Portugal.
- n. A sweet, light-coloured wine from Portugal.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A sweet, light-colored species of wine, produced in the province of Estremadura, and so called as being shipped from Lisbon, in Portugal.
- n. capital and largest city and economic and cultural center of Portugal; a major port in western Portugal on Tagus River where it broadens and empties into the Atlantic
“LISBON - Violent rainstorms killed at least 32 people on the Portuguese Atlantic island of Madeira on Saturday, a senior official said, as Lisbon mulled declaring an emergency and seeking European help.”
“LISBON, Portugal: 05.30.08 - Amy Winehouse showed up late for her first concert since leaving rehab, giving an underwhelming performance in front of 90000 people Friday at a Lisbon music festival.”
“LISBON - The Lisbon school district has received approval to participate in an energy conservation program expected to save $146,000 a year in utility costs.”
“LISBON - The Lisbon driver's license office is temporarily closed today due to storm damage and power outages in the city.”
“LISBON - The decision to begin paying a Lisbon high school teacher for volunteering as an adviser resulted in a rare "no" vote at Monday's school board meeting.”
“LISBON, PORTUGAL - MAY 29: Belinda Carlisle performs as part of the 'Here and Now Tour' at Pavilhao Atlantico on May 29, 2009 in Lisbon, Portugal.”
“LISBON - The classified and administrative employees of the Lisbon school district were granted the same pay raises as teachers, following action taken at this week's school board meeting.”
“LISBON - The contract with a firm hired to operate the Lisbon school district's cafeteria system was renewed and guaranteed to generate a $12,500 profit for the district.”
“LISBON - The Lisbon school district is expected to receive another grade of "C" when the state report cards are issued next month, despite meeting two additional indicators.”
“LISBON: Top European Union officials are due to attend a ceremony to mark the coming into force of the Lisbon”
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