The, a city in the W Netherlands, near the North Sea: site of the government, royal residence, and of the International Court of Justice.
[luh heyg] /lə ˈheɪg/
Cape, a cape in NW France, in the English Channel near Cherbourg: the NW extremity of the Cotentin Peninsula.
The Hague, the seat of government of the Netherlands and capital of South Holland province, situated about 3 km (2 miles) from the North Sea. Pop: 464 000 (2003 est) Dutch names ‘s Gravenhage, Den Haag
William Jefferson. born 1961, British politician; leader of the Conservative party (1997–2001); foreign secretary from 2010; as a writer he is noted for his biography of William Pitt the Younger (2004)
city in Netherlands, from Dutch Den Haag, short for ‘s Gravenhage, literally “the count’s hedge” (i.e. the hedge-enclosed hunting grounds of the counts of Holland); see haw. In French, it is La Haye.
noun 1. a meeting held at The Hague, Netherlands, in 1899, that established The Hague Permanent Court of Arbitration. 2. a meeting held at The Hague, Netherlands, in 1907, that defined prisoner-of-war treatment, maritime warfare, and wartime neutrality.
[hak-tuh n] /ˈhæk tən/ noun, Armor. 1. .
noun 1. the court of arbitration for the peaceful settlement of international disputes, established at The Hague by the international peace conference of 1899: its panel of jurists nominates a list of persons from which members of the United Nations International Court of Justice are elected. noun 1. a tribunal of judges at The Hague, […]
[hah] /hɑ/ interjection 1. . [hah] /hɑ/ interjection 1. (used as an exclamation of surprise, interrogation, suspicion, triumph, etc.) /hɑː/ interjection 1. a variant spelling of ha1 /hɑː/ interjection 1. an exclamation expressing derision, triumph, surprise, etc, according to the intonation of the speaker 2. (reiterated) a representation of the sound of laughter symbol 1. […]