a port in NW Belgium, at the confluence of the Scheldt and Lys rivers: treaty 1814.
a province in W Belgium. 1150 sq. mi. (2980 sq. km).
an industrial city and port in NW Belgium, capital of East Flanders province, at the confluence of the Rivers Lys and Scheldt: formerly famous for its cloth industry; university (1816). Pop: 229 344 (2004 est) Flemish name Gent French name Gand
a province of W Belgium: low-lying, with reclaimed land in the northeast: textile industries. Capital: Ghent. Pop: 1 373 720 (2004 est). Area: 2979 sq km (1150 sq miles)
/ˈdʒodʒju/ noun 1. Angela. born 1965, Romanian soprano: noted for her performances and recordings of Italian opera
/ɡɛˈraʊ/ noun 1. a form of industrial action in India in which workers imprison their employers on the premises until their demands are met
noun, Slang. 1. a large, powerful portable radio, especially as carried and played by a pedestrian or used outdoors in an urban area. noun 1. (informal) a large portable cassette recorder or CD player with built-in speakers
- Ghetto box
noun phrase (Variations: beat box or boogie box or box or ghetto blaster or jambox) A large portable stereo radio and cassette player often carried and played loudly in public places: Hey, man, don’t mess with my box/ that guy in the streets with his ghetto blaster (1980s+)