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  1. metropolenoun

    A metropolis; the main city of a country or area.

    Etymology: From French metropole ‘town with bishop's seat’, from classical Latin mētropolis.

  2. metropolenoun

    The parent-state of a colony.

    Etymology: From French metropole ‘town with bishop's seat’, from classical Latin mētropolis.

  3. metropolenoun

    A bishop's see.

    Etymology: From French metropole ‘town with bishop's seat’, from classical Latin mētropolis.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Metropolenoun

    a metropolis

    Etymology: [Cf. F. mtropole. See Metropolis.]

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  1. Metropole

    The metropole, from the Greek metropolis for 'mother city' is a term used to indicate the British metropolitan centre of the British Empire, i.e. the United Kingdom itself. It is sometimes extended even further, in the sense of London being considered the metropole of the British Empire, insofar as its politicians and businessmen determined the economic, diplomatic, and military character of the rest of the Empire. By contrast, the periphery was the rest of the Empire, outside the United Kingdom itself.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of metropole in Chaldean Numerology is: 9

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of metropole in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2

Examples of metropole in a Sentence

  1. Le Van Cuong:

    Metropole is definitely more tricky to protect the leaders, especially because of the lack of space. In the protection job, space gives us advantages. Metropole sits right in the center of crowded streets, so it's difficult to ensure security, singapore chose an isolated island and protection on such island is much easier, definitely easier than Metropole.

  2. Nguyen Dinh Thanh:

    When superstars come here, some journalists offered $2,000-$5,000 or more to staff to take a photo of that superstar, but that has never happened, that shows Metropole has a tradition of keeping secrets as well as knowing how to treat VIP guests.

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