Derby

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English[edit]

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Derby

  1. A city in the east Midlands of England, once the county town of Derbyshire.
  2. Various cities in the USA
    1. A city in Connecticut.
    2. A city/village in Iowa.
    3. A city in Kansas.
    4. A town in Vermont.
  3. One of two towns in Australia, one in Tasmania and the other in Western Australia.
  4. A town in South Africa.

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German[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from English derby.

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /dɛʁbi/, [dɛɐ̯bi], /dœʁbi/, [dœɐ̯bi]
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Noun[edit]

Derby n (genitive Derbys, plural Derbys)

  1. (sports) local derby
  2. (sports) match between two teams who are rivals in the table
  3. (sports) horse race

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