from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A region of northeast Spain bordering on France and the Mediterranean Sea. In the late 19th and early 20th centuries it was a center of socialist and anarchist activity. Catalan separatists established an autonomous republic (1932-1938) that opposed Francisco Franco's loyalist forces during the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939).
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- proper n. A region of SW Europe, an autonomous community of Spain. Historically, a principality also including a strip of nowadays Aragon (called usually Aragon Strip or Western Strip) and the region of Northern Catalonia (nowadays part of France).
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a geographical and administrative region of northeastern Spain.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a region of northeastern Spain
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Taking atmospheric readings and photographs 20 miles above the ground, the Meteotek team of IES La Bisbal school in Catalonia completed their incredible experiment at the end of February this year.
At the same time, a Catalan MP has told the Welsh Affairs Select Committee how similar legislation in Catalonia has had no negative effects on business there.
Tóibín's first novel, The South, about a Wexford farmer's wife who abandons her family for a new life in Catalonia, was published 20 years ago, and in the two decades since he has regularly returned here in his fiction.
Women working on rural roadsides in Catalonia must ...
Women working on rural roadsides in Catalonia must don the vests to avoid a €40 ($56) fine.
The Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival has just concluded in Catalonia, with, naturally, some awards.
Nice to see that Obama is liked in Catalonia, will be there shortly and then on to destinations further south.
The most sensible response would be to welcome the blessings of the national dimension and declare independence as the Welsh Labour Party (similar to the Socialist Party in Catalonia or the SDLP in Northern Ireland) and elect a member from the ‘national’ wing of the Labour Party as leader.
Lou and Laurie performed their "Made in Catalonia" show as gypsy jet setters -- a crowd who make Catalonia a nationalist region with cosmopolitan principles.
The gentleman was introduced as Ignasi Guadans, “a Catalan MEP”: surely he is a Spanish MEP who is elected for a constituency in Catalonia, a region of Spain?