Eupen and Malmédy

Eupen and Malmédy

[French œ-pen; mal-mey-dee]
noun
a district on the Belgian-German border: ceded to Belgium 1919; reannexed to Germany 1940; now part of Belgium.
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Eupen and Malmédy (French øpɛn; malmedi)
 
n
a region of Belgium in Liège province: ceded by Germany in 1919. Pop: 29 372 (2004 est)

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