[mag-duh-burg; German mahg-duh-boo rk] /ˈmæg dəˌbɜrg; German ˈmɑg dəˌbʊərk/
the capital of Saxony-Anhalt, in central Germany.
[sak-suh-nee-ahn-hahlt] /ˈsæk sə niˈɑn hɑlt/
a state in central Germany. 9515 sq. mi. (24,644 sq. km).
/ˈmæɡdəˌbɜːɡ; German ˈmakdəbʊrk/
an industrial city and port in central Germany, on the River Elbe, capital of Saxony-Anhalt: a leading member of the Hanseatic League, whose local laws, the Magdeburg Laws were adopted by many European cities. Pop: 227 535 (2003 est)
a state of E Germany: created in 1947 from the state of Anhalt and those parts of Prussia formerly ruled by the duchy of Saxony: part of East Germany until 1990. Pop: 2 523 000 (2003 est)
noun, Physics. 1. one of a pair of hemispherical cups from which air can be evacuated when they are placed together: used to demonstrate the force of air pressure.
1. Master of Agricultural Economics.
[mah-guh-lahng] /ˌmɑ gəˈlɑŋ/ noun 1. a city on central Java, in Indonesia.
[muh-jel-uh n] /məˈdʒɛl ən/ noun 1. Ferdinand, c1480–1521, Portuguese navigator: discoverer of the Straits of Magellan 1520 and the Philippines 1521. 2. Strait of, a strait near the S tip of South America between the mainland of Chile and Tierra del Fuego and other islands, connecting the Atlantic and the Pacific. 360 miles (580 km) […]