[loo ft-vahf-uh] /ˈlʊftˌvɑf ə/
the German Air Force
German air force in World War II era, 1935, from German Luftwaffe, literally “air-weapon,” from Luft (see loft).
The German air force in World War II. (See blitzkrieg and Battle of Britain.)
[luhg] /lʌg/ verb (used with object), lugged, lugging. 1. to pull or carry with force or effort: to lug a suitcase upstairs. 2. to introduce or interject in an inappropriate or irrelevant manner: to lug personalities into a discussion of philosophy. 3. (of a sailing ship) to carry an excessive amount of (sail) for the […]
[loo-gan-duh, -gahn-] /luˈgæn də, -ˈgɑn-/ noun 1. a Bantu language of Uganda. /luːˈɡændə; -ˈɡɑːndə/ noun 1. the language of the Buganda, spoken chiefly in Uganda, belonging to the Bantu group of the Niger-Congo family
/lʊˈɡɑːnəʊ/ noun 1. a town in S Switzerland, on Lake Lugano: a financial centre and tourist resort. Pop: 26 560 (2000)
[loo-gahnsk] /luˈgɑnsk/ noun 1. a city in E Ukraine, in the Donets Basin. /Russian luˈɡansk/ noun 1. an industrial city in E Ukraine, in the Donbass mining region: established in 1795 as an iron-founding centre. Pop: 454 000 (2005 est) Former name (1935–91) Voroshilovgrad