1. the capital of Scotland, on the southern shore of the Firth of Forth; population 449,100 (est. 2009). The city grew up round the 11th-century castle built by Malcolm III on a rocky ridge that dominates the landscape.
How to use edinburgh in a sentence?
the edinburgh Festival maintains its pre-eminence because of the quality of its programming.
I was afraid to leave edinburgh in case there was word from the War Office.
the arms have been matriculated by the Lord Lyon King of Arms in edinburgh.
a visit to edinburgh during the Festival includes a visit to the Tattoo.
edinburgh Literary Gazette, 6 June, in Masson, Coll. Writings (1890).
the Duke of edinburgh was represented by the Countess Mountbatten.
she has been working in edinburgh as a junior doctor.
I phoned them in edinburgh but we got disconnected.
the main points of the edinburgh agreement.
he spent the day looking round edinburgh.
the narrow, winding streets of edinburgh.
the nine o'clock shuttle from edinburgh.
an express train bound for edinburgh.
a new saver from London to edinburgh.
I've aye fancied seeing edinburgh.
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How to say edinburgh in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Arabic (NOUN)ادنبره, ادنبورغ, إدينبرج, بإدنبرج
Bangla এডিনবরা
Bulgarian (NOUN)Единбург
Cantonese (Traditional) 愛丁堡
Catalan (NOUN)Edimburg
Chinese Simplified 爱丁堡
Chinese Traditional 愛丁堡
French (NOUN)Édimbourg, Edinbourg
Greek (NOUN)Εδιμβούργο
Haitian Creole Edinbo
Hebrew (NOUN)אדינבורו
Hindi (NOUN)एडिनबर्ग
Icelandic (NOUN)Edinborg
Italian (NOUN)Edimburgo, Edinburgo
Japanese (NOUN)エジンバラ, エディンバラ, エディンブラ
Korean (NOUN)딘 버 러, 에든버러, 에딘버러에서
Lithuanian (NOUN)Edinburgas
Malagasy edimbourg
Persian (NOUN)ادینبورگ
Polish (NOUN)Edynburg
Portuguese (NOUN)Edimburgo, Edinburgo
Querétaro Otomi Edimburgo
Russian (NOUN)Эдинбург
Serbian (Cyrillic) Единбургх
Spanish (NOUN)Edimburgo, Edinburgo
Tamil எடின்பரோ
Telugu ఎడిన్ బర్గ్
Thai (NOUN)เอดินบะระ, เอดินเบิร์ก
Tongan 'Etinipua
Ukrainian (NOUN)Единбурзі, Едінбург
Urdu ایڈنبرا
Welsh (NOUN)Caeredin
Yucatec Maya Edimburgo
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