meaning of Austria

Austria meaning in Etymology Dictionary

European country, from Medieval Latin Marchia austriaca "eastern borderland." German

Austria meaning in General Dictionary

a mountainous republic in main Europe; beneath the Habsburgs (1278-1918) Austria maintained control of the Holy Roman Empire and ended up being a leader in European politics before the 19th century

Sentence Examples with the word Austria

The imperial troops at Krotzka on the 23rd of July 1 739 and laid siege to Belgrade, where on the 1st of September a treaty was signed, which, with the exception of the banat, surrendered everything that Austria had gained by the treaty of Passarowitz.

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