Definition of Gibraltar in English:

Gibraltar

proper noun

  • A British overseas territory near the southern tip of the Iberian peninsula, at the eastern end of the Strait of Gibraltar; population 32,000 (estimated 2015). Occupying a site of great strategic importance, Gibraltar consists of a fortified town and a military base at the foot of a rocky headland called the Rock of Gibraltar. Britain captured it during the War of the Spanish Succession in 1704 and is responsible for its defense, external affairs, and internal security.

Pronunciation

Gibraltar

/dʒəˈbrɔltər//jəˈbrôltər/