sicily

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İngilizce - Türkçe
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Sicilya

Sicilya Malta'ya çok yakın mı? - Is Sicily very close to Malta?

Güney İtalyan adası Sicilya büyük bir duman ve kül bulutuyla kaplandı. - The southern Italian island of Sicily has been covered with a vast plume of smoke and ash.

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Sicilya Sicilian s
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(isim) Sicilyalı
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{s} Sicilya, Sicilya'ya özgü
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{i} Sicilyalı
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{s} Sicilya
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İngilizce - İngilizce
An autonomous region and island of Italy
{i} autonomous region of Italy located on a large island in the Mediterranean Sea
an island in the Mediterranean Sea, which is part of Italy and is close to the country's southwest coast. Many people think of it as the home of the Mafia. Capital: Palermo. Italian Sicilia Island, Italy. Sicily is separated from the mainland by the Strait of Messina. The largest island (9,830 sq mi [25,460 sq km]) in the Mediterranean Sea, it is also the site of Europe's highest active volcano, Mount Etna. The capital is Palermo. Sicily's strategic location at the centre of the Mediterranean has made the island a crossroads of history. The Greeks colonized it in the 8th-6th centuries BC, and in the 3rd century BC it became the first Roman province. It came under Byzantine rule in the 6th century AD and fell in 965 to Arabs from North Africa. It was taken in 1060 by the Normans. In the 12th-13th centuries and again in the 18th century it formed part of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies. During the 19th century it was a major centre of revolutionary movements; in 1860 it was liberated from the Bourbons, and in 1861 it was incorporated into the Kingdom of Italy. Agriculture is its economic mainstay; industries include oil refining, food processing, wine making, and shipbuilding. Together with the islands of Egadi, Lipari, Pelagie, and Panteleria, Sicily forms an autonomous region of Italy (pop., 2001 prelim.: 4,866,202)
the largest island in the Mediterranean the Italian region on the island of Sicily
the largest island in the Mediterranean
the Italian region on the island of Sicily
Sicilian
Any chess opening that starts 1 e4 c5

Palmgren was playing white and had opened the Sicilian quite correctly.

Strait of Sicily
A strait between Sicily and Tunisia, part of the Mediterranean Sea
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{a} pertaining to Sicily
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{n} a native of Sicily, a lively air or dance
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Sicilian means belonging or relating to Sicily, or to its people or culture
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A Sicilian is a Sicilian citizen, or a person of Sicilian origin
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{s} pertaining to Sicily (island in the Mediterranean Sea)
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Of or relating to Sicily or its inhabitants
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The language of Sicily
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{i} resident of Sicily (island in the Mediterranean Sea near Italy)
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A native of Sicily
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of or relating to or characteristic of Sicily or the people of Sicily; "the Sicilian Mafia"
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Of or pertaining to Sicily or its inhabitants
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A native or inhabitant of Sicily
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a resident of Sicily
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a resident of Sicily of or relating to or characteristic of Sicily or the people of Sicily; "the Sicilian Mafia
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