Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A city of eastern Spain north-northeast of Valencia. Founded by Greek colonists and later allied with Rome, it was besieged and captured by Carthaginian forces led by Hannibal (219-218 B.C.), thus precipitating the Second Punic War. Sagunto was held by the Moors from A.D. 713 until 1238. Population: 63,400.

Etymologies

Sorry, no etymologies found.

Examples

  • Today (Wednesday) I presented AMIGOS Y VECINOS in Sagunto, a small town of 70,000 people outside of Valencia, as part of their "Sagunt per la diversitat" celebration.

    Breakfast in Bed

  • He was referring to a police operation carried out at the beginning of March in the eastern Spanish port of Sagunto which found several weapons in a shipment destined for Malabo, the capital of Equatorial

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Police detained Moto in April after weapons were found in the boot of a car in the Spanish port of Sagunto that was bound for Malabo, the capital of Equatorial Guinea, a former Spanish colony.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Luckily, I planned a few days to collapse when I hit Madrid again, before signing at the Madrid Book fair and then going off to do some pride events in Valencia and Sagunto.

    Breakfast in Bed

  • Since the weather has been getting warmer and warmer, I have not minded overmuch sleeping through the worst of the morning heat, but I do need to get back on to a slightly more regular schedule and hopefully have a burst of productivity before I leave to take part in some gay pride events in Valencia and Sagunto next week.

    Breakfast in Bed

  • In addition, Union Fenosa also plans to build a 1,200-MW power facility near its new LNG terminal at Sagunto, consisting of three 400-MW CCGFTs built by Siemens.

    Energy profile of the Iberian Peninsula

  • Construction of the Sagunto plant was to be completed by 2007.

    Energy profile of the Iberian Peninsula

  • Let me tell you that neither Sagunto or Numantia would have been able to.

    Castro Views Blockade, Immigration Accord

  • What Felipe [Gonzalez] said is that he knew that the Cubans could put up a struggle, that they could resist, make sacrifices, but the Sagunto and

    SIEMPRE Interviews Castro on Revolution, Future

  • Then I spoke of Sagunto and Maguncia [corrects himself] and Numancia.

    Castro Assesses Visit to Brazil, U.S. Policy

Comments

Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.