emirate

[ UK /ˈɛmɪɹˌe‍ɪt/ ]
[ US /ˈɛmɝˌeɪt, ˈɛmɝət/ ]
NOUN
  1. the office of an emir
  2. the domain controlled by an emir
Linguix Browser extension
Fix your writing
on millions of websites
Start Error-Free Writing Linguix pencil

How To Use emirate In A Sentence

  • I've seen the slogan 'Enjoy Responsibly' all over the Emirate's hoardings but my local off-licence haven't heard of it. Arsenal v Shakhtar Donetsk – as it happened
  • Dubai's Emirates Airlines and Australia's Qantas Airways Ltd. are using their new A380s to push the envelope on cushiness, entertainment and design. Spas in the Sky: Inside the Big Jets
  • Shahzad, a recently naturalized U.S. citizen living in Connecticut, was taken off an airliner bound for the Persian Gulf sheikhdom of Dubai in the United Arab Emirates about 53 hours after the attempted bombing, authorities said. Times Square bomb suspect Shahzad said to implicate himself; probe expands to Pakistan
  • Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum is ruler of a bankrupt Emirate. Poor man’s boat | My[confined]Space
  • The moves represent a small but significant challenge to one aspect of Qatar's ambitions for the emirate, which also has drawn global attention by winning the staging rights to soccer's World Cup andfor funding and supporting the revolution in Libya. Qatar, Unveiling Tensions, Suspends Sale of Alcohol
  • The Bush Administration considers the United Arab Emirates an ally in the war on terror.
  • Simpson, who grew up supporting Arsenal, still hopes to carve out a career at the Emirates and if he leaves wants Premier League football.
  • The speech scheduled for Jan. 13 is likely to hold up Persian Gulf States like Abu Dhabi, the largest of the United Arab Emirates, as models for the broader Arab world. Bush Picks Abu Dhabi for Speech
  • The Middle East, particularly the Arab Emirates and Qatar are another hot area for hotel openings.
  • The short-term answer: play the FA Cup final and England's warm-up match against Mexico a few miles away at the Emirates, where the groundsmen seem to have no trouble producing a flawless surface. Riot of goals makes compelling case for the defence
View all
This website uses cookies to make Linguix work for you. By using this site, you agree to our cookie policy