the chief seaport in and the capital of Sweden, in the SE part.
a kingdom in N Europe, in the E part of the Scandinavian Peninsula. 173,732 sq. mi. (449,964 sq. km).
the capital of Sweden, a port in the E central part at the outflow of Lake Mälaren into the Baltic: situated partly on the mainland and partly on islands; traditionally founded about 1250; university (1877). Pop: 765 582 (2004 est)
a kingdom in NW Europe, occupying the E part of the Scandinavian Peninsula, on the Gulf of Bothnia and the Baltic: first united during the Viking period (8th–11th centuries); a member of the European Union. About 50 per cent of the total area is forest and 9 per cent lakes. Exports include timber, pulp, paper, iron ore, and steel. Official language: Swedish. Official religion: Church of Sweden (Lutheran). Currency: krona. Capital: Stockholm. Pop: 9 119 423 (2013 est). Area: 449 793 sq km (173 665 sq miles) Swedish name Sverige
Capital of Sweden and largest city in the country, located in southern Sweden on the Baltic Sea.
Note: Each year the Nobel Prizes (except the prize for peace) are awarded in Stockholm.
Constitutional monarchy in northern Europe, in the eastern part of Scandinavia. Its capital and largest city is Stockholm.
Note: Traditionally neutral, Sweden maintained its neutrality through both World War I and World War II.
Note: It is known for its advanced and comprehensive social welfare legislation.
noun, Psychiatry. 1. an emotional attachment to a captor formed by a hostage as a result of continuous stress, dependence, and a need to cooperate for survival. Stockholm syndrome noun 1. a psychological condition in which hostages or kidnap victims become sympathetic towards their captors Stockholm syndrome Stock·holm syndrome (stŏk’hōlm’, -hōm’) n. A phenomenon in […]
noun 1. pibgorn.
noun 1. (Austral) a horse trained in the handling of stock
noun, Western U.S. 1. a horse or pony used in herding cattle.