Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • A city of southern Spain on the Mediterranean Sea southwest of Málaga. It is a noted tourist resort.

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Examples

  • He would invite Tkalec to his home in Marbella, to see his expensive antiques.

    The Curse of the Sevso Silver

  • He would invite Tkalec to his home in Marbella, to see his expensive antiques.

    The Curse of the Sevso Silver

  • Santana runs a tennis club in Marbella, not far from the Australians 'practice venue.

    Corretja slams 'unfriendly' Hewitt

  • They met at Kassar’s home in Marbella and discussed the sale of weapons, including assault and sniper rifles and rocket propelled grenade launchers, to the FARC, McGuire said.

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  • They met at Kassar’s home in Marbella and discussed the sale of weapons, including assault and sniper rifles and rocket propelled grenade launchers, to the FARC, McGuire said.

    another terrorist armorer revealed as plant

  • The 80-year-old actor and his wife, Micheline Roquebrune, were summoned to appear Friday as part of the "Goldfinger Case" — an investigation into possible tax evasion involving a beachfront property Connery used to own in Marbella.

    Sean Connery a No-Show at Spanish Court Hearing

  • The TOWIE cast have been filming their last scenes of the series over in Marbella, which is where Chloe apparently rolled around in a flower bed after covering her bikini in superglue, or something.

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  • The James Bond star, who currently lives in the Bahamas with his wife, was named in May in a separate money-laundering investigation involving the sale of a luxury seaside villa just east of Marbella, which is near Malaga.

    Tonight

  • We saw the primary causeway in Marbella which is more than 2,000 meters lon

    CASTRO ASSESSES TOUR

  • 'Marbella's a high-profile place,' he chortled, 'and fortunately for Lineker's, it's turning towards the crowd we want, the working-class British man and woman.

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