[aw-paw-luh] /ɔˈpɔ lə/
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
noun 1. any small, shrimplike crustacean of the order Mysidacea, the females of which carry their eggs in a pouch between the legs. noun 1. any of various shrimplike crustaceans of the genera Mysis, Praunus, etc, of the order Mysidacea, in which the females carry the eggs and young around in a ventral brood pouch