a city in Mid Glamorgan, in S Wales.
an urban area in S Wales, in Rhondda Cynon Taff county borough on two branches of the Rhondda Valley: the area developed into a major coal-mining centre after 1807: the last coal mine closed in 1990. Pop (Rhondda ward): 4690 (2001)
- Rhondda cynon taff
/ˈrɒndə ˈkʊnən ˈtæf/ noun 1. a county borough in S Wales, created from part of Mid Glamorgan in 1996. Pop: 231 600 (2003 est). Area: 558 sq km (215 sq miles)
noun 1. a river flowing from the Alps in S Switzerland through the Lake of Geneva and SE France into the Mediterranean. 504 miles (810 km) long. 2. a department in E central France: wine-growing region. 1104 sq. mi. (2860 sq. km). Capital: Lyons. noun 1. a river in W Europe, rising in S Switzerland […]
noun 1. any of numerous varieties of wine produced in the Rhone River valley, between Lyons and the Mediterranean.
[roh-pal-id, roh-puh-lid] /roʊˈpæl ɪd, ˈroʊ pə lɪd/ noun 1. any of various hemipterous insects of the family Rhopalidae that feed chiefly on grasses and occasionally on certain trees, as the box elder.