[hyoo-bur-tuh s-burg; German hoo-ber-too s-boo rk] /hyuˈbɜr təsˌbɜrg; German huˈbɛr tʊsˌbʊərk/
a castle in E Germany, E of Leipzig: treaty ending the Seven Years’ War signed here 1763.
[hoo b-lee] /ˈhʊb li/ noun 1. a city in W Karnataka, in SW India. /ˈhuːblɪ/ noun 1. a city in W India, in NW Mysore: incorporated with Dharwar in 1961; educational and trading centre. Pop (with Dharwar): 786 018 (2001)
[hoo b-lee-dahr-wair] /ˈhʊb li dɑrˈwɛər/ noun 1. a city in Karnataka, SW India.
networking A 50 Mb/s optical fibre network developed at Toronto University. Network topology is a rooted tree with a maximum of 65536 hosts with maximum separation of 2 km. The protocol is multiple access, collision avoidance, echo detect and retry. [Computer Systems Equipment Design, Jan 85]. (1994-11-22)
[hyoo-bris, hoo-] /ˈhyu brɪs, ˈhu-/ noun 1. excessive pride or self-confidence; arrogance. /ˈhjuːbrɪs/ noun 1. pride or arrogance 2. (in Greek tragedy) an excess of ambition, pride, etc, ultimately causing the transgressor’s ruin n. also hybris, 1884, a back-formation from hubristic or else from Greek hybris “wanton violence, insolence, outrage,” originally “presumption toward the gods;” […]