English-Spanish translation of Greece

Translation of the word Greece from english to spanish, with synonyms, antonyms, verb conjugation, pronunciation, anagrams, examples of use.

Greece in Spanish

Greece
geographynoun Grecia [f]
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Examples with translation
New York State is almost as large as Greece.
We learn about ancient Rome and Greece.
Democracy originated in Ancient Greece.
There are many islands in Greece.
Turkey was stronger than Greece.
Many young Romans went to Greece.
Greece can no longer pay off its debts.
I'm from Greece.
Italy isn't Greece.
Greece was the cradle of western civilization.
Greece has a great history.
Princess Alice of Greece was deaf and could lip-read in three languages.
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Definitions of Greece
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1. Greece - a republic in southeastern Europe on the southern part of the Balkan peninsula; known for grapes and olives and olive oil
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  europe the nations of the European continent collectively; "the Marshall Plan helped Europe recover from World War II"
  common market, ec, eec, european community, european economic community, european union, eu, europe an international organization of European countries formed after World War II to reduce trade barriers and increase cooperation among its members; "he tried to take Britain into the Europen Union"
  nato, north atlantic treaty organization an international organization created in 1949 by the North Atlantic Treaty for purposes of collective security
  achaea a region of ancient Greece on the north coast of the Peloponnese
  aigina, aegina small medusa
  chios, khios an island in the Aegean Sea off the west coast of Turkey; belongs to Greece
  kikladhes, cyclades a group of over 200 islands in the southern Aegean
  dhodhekanisos, dodecanese a group of islands in the southeast Aegean Sea
  doris a small region of ancient Greece where the Doric dialect was spoken
  lesbos, lesvos, mytilene an island of eastern Greece in the eastern Aegean Sea; in antiquity it was famous for lyric poetry
  rodhos, rhodes a Greek island in the southeast Aegean Sea 10 miles off the Turkish coast; the largest of the Dodecanese; it was colonized before 1000 BC by Dorians from Argos; site of the Colossus of Rhodes
  crete, kriti the largest Greek island in the Mediterranean; site of the Minoan civilization that reached its peak in 1600 BC
  ithaki, ithaca a Greek island to the west of Greece; in Homeric legend Odysseus was its king
  athos, mount athos an autonomous area in northeastern Greece that is the site of several Greek Orthodox monasteries founded in the tenth century
  athinai, capital of greece, greek capital, athens the capital and largest city of Greece; named after Athena (its patron goddess); "in the 5th century BC ancient Athens was the world's most powerful and civilized city"
  actium the naval battle in which Antony and Cleopatra were defeated by Octavian's fleet under Agrippa in 31 BC
  attica the territory of Athens in ancient Greece where the Ionic dialect was spoken
  corinth, korinthos the modern Greek port near the site of the ancient city that was second only to Athens
  argos an ancient city in southeastern Greece; dominated the Peloponnese in the 7th century BC
  delphi an ancient Greek city on the slopes of Mount Parnassus; site of the oracle of Delphi
  mycenae an ancient city is southern Greece; center of the Mycenaean civilization during the late Bronze Age
  epirus an ancient area on the Ionian Sea that flourished as a kingdom in the 3rd century BC; located in northwestern Greece and southern Albania
  laconia an ancient region of southern Greece in the southeastern Peloponnesus; dominated by Sparta
  nemea a valley in southeastern Greece where the Nemean Games were held
  boeotia a district of ancient Greece to the northwest of Athens
  salonica, salonika, thessalonica, thessaloniki a port city in northeastern Greece on an inlet of the Aegean Sea; second largest city of Greece
  stagira, stagirus an ancient town of Greece where Aristotle was born
  thessalia, thessaly a fertile plain on the Aegean Sea in east central Greece; Thessaly was a former region of ancient Greece
  arcadia a department of Greece in the central Peloponnese
  peloponnese, peloponnesian peninsula, peloponnesus the southern peninsula of Greece; dominated by Sparta until the 4th century BC
  lemnos, limnos a Greek island in the northern Aegean Sea; famous for a reddish-brown clay that has medicinal properties
  mount olympus, mt. olympus, olimbos, olympus a mountain peak in northeast Greece near the Aegean coast; believed by ancient Greeks to be the dwelling place of the gods (9,570 feet high)
  liakoura, mount parnassus, parnassus (Greek mythology) a mountain in central Greece where (according to Greek mythology) the Muses lived; known as the mythological home of music and poetry; "Liakoura is the modern name of Mount Parnassus"
  gulf of aegina, saronic gulf a gulf of the Aegean on the southeastern coast of Greece
  hellene, greek the Hellenic branch of the Indo-European family of languages
  grecian a native or resident of Greece
2. Greece - ancient Greece; a country of city-states (especially Athens and Sparta) that reached its peak in the fifth century BCE
  balkan country, balkan nation, balkan state any one of the countries on the Balkan Peninsula
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Greece, also known as Hellas and officially the Hellenic Republic, is a country in southeastern Europe. Situated on the southern end of the Balkan Peninsula, Greece has land borders with Albania, the Republic of Macedonia and Bulgaria to the north, and Turkey to the east. The Aegean Sea lies to the east of mainland Greece, the Ionian Sea to the west, and the Mediterranean Sea to the south.

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