[gyoo-luh, goo-] /ˈgyu lə, ˈgu-/
noun, plural gulae
[gyoo-lee, goo-] /ˈgyu li, ˈgu-/ (Show IPA), gulas.
[goo-lahg] /ˈgu lɑg/ noun, (sometimes initial capital letter) 1. the system of forced-labor camps in the Soviet Union. 2. a Soviet forced-labor camp. 3. any prison or detention camp, especially for political prisoners. /ˈɡuːlæɡ/ noun 1. (formerly) the central administrative department of the Soviet security service, established in 1930, responsible for maintaining prisons and forced […]
[gyoo-luh, goo-] /ˈgyu lə, ˈgu-/ noun, plural gulae [gyoo-lee, goo-] /ˈgyu li, ˈgu-/ (Show IPA), gulas. 1. Zoology. 2. Architecture. /ˈɡuːlə; ˈɡjuː-/ adjective 1. (anatomy) of, relating to, or situated in the throat or oesophagus
[goo l-ber-gai] /ˈgʊl bərˌgɛə/ noun 1. a city in Karnataka state, in S central India.
/ɡʊlˈbɛŋkɪən/ noun 1. Calouste Sarkis (kæˈluːst ˈsɑːkɪz). 1869–1955, British industrialist, born in Turkey. He endowed the international Gulbenkian Foundation for the advancement of the arts, science, and education 2. his son, Nubar Sarkis (ˈnuːbɑː ˈsɑːkɪz). 1896–1972, British industrialist, diplomat, and philanthropist