Definition of Scapa Flow in English:

Scapa Flow

proper noun

  • A strait in the Orkney Islands, Scotland. It was an important British naval base, especially in the First World War. The German High Seas Fleet was interned there after its surrender, and was scuttled in 1919 as an act of defiance against the terms of the Versailles peace settlement.

Pronunciation:

Scapa Flow

/ˈskɑːpə//ˈskapə/