Ferrol



[Spanish fer-rawl] /Spanish fɛrˈrɔl/

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[el fer-rawl] /ɛl fɛrˈrɔl/
noun
1.
a seaport in NW Spain: naval arsenal and dockyard.
/Spanish fɛˈrrɔl/
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See El Ferrol
/Spanish ɛl fɛˈrrɔl/
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a port in NW Spain, on the Atlantic: fortified naval base, with a deep natural harbour. Pop: 78 764 (2003 est) Former name El Ferrol del Caudillo (dɛl kauˈðiʎo)

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