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الفرنسية - التركية
[le] çaylak
milan noir
kara çaylak
ألمانية - التركية
m zo. \. (schwarzer) (siyah) cayiak
(roter) kocalak; kirmizi cayiak
التركية - التركية
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الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A male given name of Slavic origin
Province of Lombardy, Italy
City and capital of the province of Milan
a city in northern Italy, an important financial and industrial centre, which is also a centre of the fashion industry and has a large cathedral and a famous opera house, La Scala. Italian Milano Capital (pop., 2001 prelim.: 1,182,693), Lombardy region, northern Italy. The area was settled by the Gauls 600 BC. Known as Mediolanum, it was conquered by the Romans in 222 BC. Attacked in AD 452 by Attila and in 539 by the Goths, it fell to Charlemagne in 774. Milan's power grew in the 11th century, but it was destroyed by the Holy Roman Empire in 1162. Rebuilt as part of the Lombard League in 1167, Milan achieved independence in 1183. In 1450 Francesco Sforza founded a new dynasty there; after 1499 it was ruled alternately by the French and the Sforza family until 1535, when the Habsburgs obtained it. Napoleon took power in 1796, and in 1805 it became the capital of his kingdom of Italy. It was incorporated into unified Italy in 1860. Milan was heavily damaged during World War II but was rebuilt. It is Italy's most important economic centre, with industrial development and textile manufacturing. It is noted for its fashion industry and production of electronic goods and is also Italy's financial centre. Its historic sites include the medieval Duomo, Europe's third largest cathedral; the Palazzo di Brera (1651); the 15th-century monastery that houses Leonardo da Vinci's Last Supper; and La Scala opera house
A male given name
{i} city in Northern Italy, second largest city in Italy (known as Milano in Italian); one of the two soccer teams of the city of Milan (Italy); male first name; family name; name of several towns and cities in the USA
the capital of Lombardy in northern Italy; has been an international center of trade and industry since the Middle Ages
Milan Decree
(Dec. 17, 1807) Economic policy in the Napoleonic Wars. It was part of the Continental System invoked by Napoleon to blockade trade with the British. It expanded the blockade of continental ports to those of neutral ships trading with Britain and eventually affected U.S. shipping
Milan Kundera
(born 1929) Czechoslovakian writer
Milan Kundera
born April 1, 1929, Brno, Czech. Czech-born French writer. He worked as a jazz musician and taught at Prague's film academy, but he gradually turned to writing. Though a member of the Communist Party for years, his works were banned after he participated in Czechoslovakia's short-lived liberalization movement (1967-68), and he was fired from his teaching positions. He immigrated to France in 1975 and was stripped of his Czech citizenship in 1979; he became a French citizen in 1981. His works combine erotic comedy with political criticism. The Joke (1967), his first novel, describes life under Stalin. The Book of Laughter and Forgetting (1979), a series of wittily ironic meditations on the modern state, and the novel The Unbearable Lightness of Being (1984; film, 1988) were banned in his homeland until 1989. His later books include Immortality (1990) and Slowness (1994)
AC Milan
professional soccer team from Milan (Italy)
Inter Milan
Italian football team
{i} city in Northern Italy, second largest city in Italy (known as Milan in English)
the capital of Lombardy in northern Italy; has been an international center of trade and industry since the Middle Ages



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    /məˈlän/ /məˈlɑːn/


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