[krey-feld; German krey-felt] /ˈkreɪ fɛld; German ˈkreɪˌfɛlt/
a city in W North Rhine-Westphalia, in W Germany, NW of Cologne.
/ˈkreɪfɛld; German ˈkreːfɛlt/
a city in Germany, in W North Rhine-Westphalia: textile industries. Pop: 238 565 (2003 est)
[krahys-ler] /ˈkraɪs lər/ noun 1. Fritz [frits] /frɪts/ (Show IPA), 1875–1962, Austrian violinist and composer in the U.S. /German ˈkraislər/ noun 1. Fritz (frɪts). 1875–1962, US violinist, born in Austria
[krem-uh n-choo k, -choo g; Russian kryi-myin-chook] /ˌkrɛm ənˈtʃʊk, -ˈtʃʊg; Russian kryɪ myɪnˈtʃuk/ noun 1. a city in central Ukraine, on the Dnieper River. [krem-uh n-chook] /ˈkrɛm ənˌtʃuk/ noun 1. a city in central Ukraine, on the Dnieper River. /Russian krɪmɪnˈtʃuk/ noun 1. an industrial city in E central Ukraine on the Dnieper River. Pop: […]
[krem-uh n-chook] /ˈkrɛm ənˌtʃuk/ noun 1. a city in central Ukraine, on the Dnieper River.
/ˈkreɪmə/ noun 1. Gidon. born 1947, Latvian violinist, now based in the US