[aw-paw-luh] /ɔˈpɔ lə/ noun 1. a city in Upper Silesia, SW Poland, on the Oder River.
[oh-pawr-toh, oh-pohr-] /oʊˈpɔr toʊ, oʊˈpoʊr-/ noun 1. a port in NW Portugal, near the mouth of the Douro River. /əˈpɔːtəʊ/ noun 1. a port in NW Portugal, near the mouth of the Douro River: the second largest city in Portugal, famous for port wine (begun in 1678). Pop: 263 131 (2001) Portuguese name Porto
[uh-pos-uh m, pos-uh m] /əˈpɒs əm, ˈpɒs əm/ noun, plural opossums (especially collectively) opossum. 1. a prehensile-tailed marsupial, Didelphis virginiana, of the eastern U.S., the female having an abdominal pouch in which its young are carried: noted for the habit of feigning death when in danger. 2. any of various animals of related genera. /əˈpɒsəm/ […]
- Opossum block
noun 1. (in New Zealand) a block of bush allocated to a licensed opossum trapper