Central-powers



(in World War I) Germany and Austria-Hungary, often with their allies Turkey and Bulgaria, as opposed to the Allies.
plural noun
(European history)

(before World War I) Germany, Italy, and Austria-Hungary after they were linked by the Triple Alliance in 1882
(during World War I) Germany and Austria-Hungary, together with their allies Turkey and Bulgaria

Germany and its allies (Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria, and the Ottoman Empire) in World War I.

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