[kuhv-uh nt, kov-] /ˈkʌv ənt, ˈkɒv-/
a district in central London, England, formerly a vegetable and flower market.
a theater in this district, first built 1731–32, important in English theatrical history: home of the Royal Opera and Royal Ballet.
a district of central London: famous for its former fruit, vegetable, and flower market, now a shopping precinct
the Royal Opera House (built 1858) in Covent Garden
[kuhv-uh n-tree, kov-] /ˈkʌv ən tri, ˈkɒv-/ noun 1. a city in West Midlands, in central England: heavily bombed 1940; cathedral. 2. a town in central Rhode Island. Idioms 3. send to Coventry, to refuse to associate with; openly and pointedly ignore: His friends sent him to Coventry after he was court-martialed. /ˈkɒvəntrɪ/ noun 1. […]
noun 1. a perennial garden plant, Campanula trachelium, of Eurasia, having coarsely toothed leaves and bluish-purple flowers.
[koh-ven-cher] /koʊˈvɛn tʃər/ noun 1. a business project or enterprise undertaken jointly by two or more companies, each sharing in the capitalization and in any profits or losses.
[kuhv-er-ij, kuhv-rij] /ˈkʌv ər ɪdʒ, ˈkʌv rɪdʒ/ noun 1. Insurance. protection provided against risks or a risk, often as specified: Does the coverage include flood damage? 2. Journalism. the reporting and subsequent publishing or broadcasting of news: The World Series receives international coverage. 3. the extent to which something is . 4. the area, groups, […]