- Lake District
- Lake Dis|trictthe Lake Districtan area in northwest England famous for its beautiful lakes and mountains and visited by many tourists. The highest mountain in England, Scafell Pike, is in the Lake District, and the area is connected in people's minds with many writers and poets who lived there, especially William Wordsworth and his sister Dorothy.
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Lake District — or Lake Country lake & mountain region in Cumbria county, NW England: see CUMBERLAND, WESTMORLAND, LANCASHIRE … English World dictionary
Lake District — [ leɪk dɪstrɪkt], Seengebiet in England, Cumbrian Mountains … Universal-Lexikon
Lake District — ► NOUN ▪ a region of lakes and mountains in Cumbria … English terms dictionary
Lake District — The Skiddaw massif, town of Keswick and Derwent Water seen from Walla Crag … Wikipedia
Lake District — Panorama von Keswick im Lake District Der Lake District (deutsch Seebezirk, geografisch gleichbedeutend mit den Cumbrian Mountains) ist einer von vierzehn Nationalparks des Vereinigten Königreichs. Die eindrucksvolle Seen und Berglandschaft… … Deutsch Wikipedia
Lake District — 54°30′N 3°10′W / 54.5, 3.167 … Wikipédia en Français
Lake District — a mountainous region in NW England containing many lakes: tourist center. Also called Lake Country. Cf. Lake Poets. * * * Mountainous region, administrative county of Cumbria, northwestern England. Roughly coextensive with Lake District National… … Universalium
Lake District — Lake′ Dis trict n. geg a mountainous region in NW England containing many lakes. Also called Lake′ Coun try … From formal English to slang
Lake District — noun a popular tourist area in northwestern England including England s largest lake and highest mountain • Syn: ↑Lakeland • Instance Hypernyms: ↑district, ↑territory, ↑territorial dominion, ↑dominion • Part Holonyms: ↑ … Useful english dictionary
LAKE DISTRICT — a district in Cumberland and Westmorland, 20 m. long by 25 m. broad, abounding in lakes, environed with scenery of rare beauty, and much frequented by tourists … The Nuttall Encyclopaedia