[luh boo r-zhey; French luh boor-zhe] /lə bʊərˈʒeɪ; French lə burˈʒɛ/
a suburb of Paris: former airport, landing site for Charles A. Lindbergh, May 1927.
/ləˈbəʊə/ noun 1. a former Bantu homeland in NE South Africa, consisting of three separate territories with several smaller exclaves: abolished in 1993
/lɛk/ noun acronym 1. Local Enterprise Company See Training Agency Local Exchange Carrier local exchange carrier
- Le cateau
/French lə kato/ noun 1. a town in NE France: site (August 26, 1914) of the largest British battle since Waterloo, which led to the disruption of the German attack on the Allies. Pop: 7460 (1999)
[let-che; English lech-ey] /ˈlɛt tʃɛ; English ˈlɛtʃ eɪ/ noun 1. a city in SE Italy: ancient Greek and Roman city; noted for its baroque architecture. /Italian ˈlettʃe/ noun 1. a walled city in SE Italy, in Puglia: Greek and Roman remains. Pop: 83 303 (2001)