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Definition of "bilbao" []

  • A port in N Spain, on the Bay of Biscay: the largest city in the Basque Provinces: famous since medieval times for the production of iron and steel goods: modern buildings include the Guggenheim Art Museum (1997). Pop: 353 567 (2003 est) (noun)

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Use "bilbao" in a sentence
  • "You seem to be caught up in the details (how does it not work for the people?) and copying trendy styles (which btw, its all around us in our society) to stop and appreciate a new style of building in “our” city (* not bilbao)"
  • "If you're the second most powerful person of the most powerful democratic nation on earth don't you owe it to the country to invest in a dime store diary, or a career supply of ginko bilbao?"
  • "-- Mariana Schroeder Until April 27 www. guggenheim-bilbao.es London Art Though 96-year-old Louise Bourgeois is best known as a sculptor, her first exhibition (when she was 33) was a painting show in New York."
  • "You seem to be caught up in the details (how does it not work for the people?) and copying trendy styles (which btw, its all around us in our society) to stop and appreciate a new style of building in “our” city (* not bilbao)"
  • "Daviewonder 12 September 2011 1:08PM stealthbanana 12 September 2011 1:11PM watched 2nd half of bilbao espanyol."