[lah kaw-roo-nyah] /ˌlɑ kɔˈru nyɑ/
a seaport in NW Spain.
/Spanish la koˈruɲa/
a port in NW Spain, on the Atlantic: point of departure for the Spanish Armada (1588); site of the defeat of the French by the British under Sir John Moore in the Peninsular War (1809). Pop: 243 902 (2003 est) Galician name A Coruña English name Corunna
[luh-kawst, -kost; French la-kawst] /ləˈkɔst, -ˈkɒst; French laˈkɔst/ noun 1. René [ruh-ney;; French ruh-ney] /rəˈneɪ;; French rəˈneɪ/ (Show IPA), 1905–1996, French tennis player. Paris-based high-end apparel company, founded 1933, named for René Lacoste (1904-1996), company co-founder.
[lak-er] /ˈlæk ər/ noun 1. a protective coating consisting of a resin, cellulose ester, or both, dissolved in a volatile solvent, sometimes with pigment added. 2. any of various resinous varnishes, especially a resinous varnish obtained from a Japanese tree, Rhus verniciflua, used to produce a highly polished, lustrous surface on wood or the like. […]
noun 1. a cold ocean current flowing S along the Labrador coast through Davis Strait to the Grand Banks where it divides, the E branch joining the North Atlantic Current and the W branch flowing into the Gulf of St. Lawrence. noun 1. a cold ocean current flowing southwards off the coast of Labrador and […]