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Pronunciation of Middlesbrough: Learn how to pronounce Middlesbrough in English correctly

Learn how to say Middlesbrough correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word Middlesbrough:

noun
an industrial town and unitary authority in NE England; on the Tees estuary; university (1992). The unitary authority was formerly (1974–96) part of Cleveland county. Pop: 135 00 (2008 est.) Area: 54 sq km (21 sq miles)
Example Sentences Including ‘Middlesbrough’

And yet Middlesbrough are not without hope, or lucky omens, the staple of the FA Cup.
IRISH TIMES (2002)
Chelsea stayed unbeaten in the English Premier League, beating Middlesbrough 2-1 on Hernan Crespo’s goal in the 88th minute.
TORONTO SUN (2003)
Eleanor went over twice to Middlesbrough to stay with Dulcie.
Haines, Pamela THE GOLDEN LION
She didn’t care for being at Thackton, yet everything was wrong at the Middlesbrough house too.
Haines, Pamela THE GOLDEN LION
The band kick off their tour tonight (June 2) at Middlesbrough Arena.
NME (NEW MUSICAL EXPRESS) (2003)
They hadn’t spoken of it again till they were on the train from Liverpool to Middlesbrough.
Haines, Pamela THE GOLDEN LION
Two of Mr Woodgate’s friends, Paul Clifford and Neale Caveney, both 22 and from Middlesbrough , also deny the charges.
GLASGOW HERALD (2001)
Tyne Tees rivalry was recaptured in somewhat lukewarm form when Newcastle and Middlesbrough met for the first time in six years.
Rollin, Jack SOCCER AT WAR
Youth internationalist, Sean Kilgannon, a 20-year-old from Bannockburn, arrived yesterday from Middlesbrough.
GLASGOW HERALD (2001)