[ US /ˈbɛɫdʒəm/ ]
  1. a monarchy in northwestern Europe; headquarters for the European Union and for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization
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How To Use Belgium In A Sentence

  • In Belgium, 2,500 truckers, taxi drivers and tour bus operators staged a protest on Sunday in Brussels.
  • It's certainly not the notes and coins that bother me as we would be able to retain the monarchs head, as have Spain, Netherlands and Belgium, because it's no different in those terms from when we converted to decimal currency.
  • But according to this new paper, humans who consume horse meat (most often overseas and especially in France, Italy, Japan and Belgium) are at risk for being poisoned by Phenylbutazone or "bute.
  • Belgium have flattered to deceive for about five years now. The Sun
  • They brew Belgian-style beers as well as import brews from Belgium.
  • Along with that, he is widely credited with popularizing the sport of mountain biking in Belgium.
  • But all of the nail biting is forgotten as Brazil has rolled through the tournament unbeaten, with major victories coming against Belgium and England. - Brilliant Brazil overcomes tough Turkey
  • Scored the winner against Belgium in the first knockout round and another in the quarters. The Sun
  • I must say that my main reaction, having read this en route from Switzerland to Belgium after giving a conference presentation on the Balkans and the Caucasus, is that actually the Israel/Palestine conflict is a lot less special than its protagonists like to think it is. September Books 21) In the Land of Israel
  • He was saving his energy for next week's race in Belgium.
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