Define metropole. metropole synonyms, metropole pronunciation, metropole translation, English dictionary definition of metropole. n. 1. A colonial or imperial power, considered in relation to its colonies or empire. 2. The capital city of such a …
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The capital city of such a power. [French métropole, from Middle French, city having an archiepiscopal seat, capital city of a province, from Old French metropole, from Latin mētropolis, capital city, from Greek, mother city of a colony; see metropolis.] American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition.What is Metropolis?
Metropolis is a city within a city, Los Angeles without boundaries. Encompassing a full city block in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles, Metropolis is a place to relax, recharge, and reflect—in the midst of it all.What is the meaning of the word me·tro·pole?
me·tro·pole 1 A colonial or imperial power, considered in relation to its colonies or empire. 2 The capital city of such a power. More ...Why is Portugal called the Metrópole?
The use of the term "Metrópole" emerged then as the official designation of the European part of Portugal. From then on, and until the independence of most of the remaining Portuguese overseas territories in 1975, Portugal included the Metrópole and the Overseas.
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