Huddersfield



[huhd-erz-feeld] /ˈhʌd ərzˌfild/

noun
1.
a town in West Yorkshire, in N central England.
/ˈhʌdəzˌfiːld/
noun
1.
a town in N England, in Kirklees unitary authority, West Yorkshire, on the River Colne: former textile centre, now with varied manufacturing and services; university 1992. Pop: 146 234 (2001)

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