Definition of Alsace in English:

Alsace

proper noun

  • A region of NE France, on the borders with Germany and Switzerland. Alsace was annexed by Prussia, along with part of Lorraine (forming Alsace-Lorraine), after the Franco-Prussian War of 1870–1, and restored to France after the First World War.

Pronunciation:

Alsace

/alˈsas//French alzas/