What is the definition of Benelux?
The Benelux is the economic union between Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg.
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Its an economic union of Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg, originally established as a customs union in 1948.
BENELUX Is short for Be lgium Ne therlands and Lux embourg (the first letters of each country) This was a http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_does_BENELUX_stand_for&isLookUp=1# group of countries pre the European Union .
Brussels, Belgium, is the capital and central administrative pillarof the Benelux Economic Union. It comprises of three neighboringcountries in mid-western Europe: Belgium, the Netherlands andLuxembourg.
It is an economic union of Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg, originally established as a customs union in 1948.
adv. For what purpose, reason, or cause; with what intention, justification, or motive: Why is the door shut? Why do birds sing?
No the Benelux countries are Belgium, Netherlands, and Luxembourg. The BE, NE, and LUX comes from letter from each country
Is is is? "Is" is a verb, a form of the verb "be" in athird-person singular and present indicative tense. He is handsome. This test is difficult. She is tall for a third-grader. My steak is cold.
BENELUX is short for Be lgium Ne therlands and Lux embourg, a trading group of countries before the European Union.
Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands all have the standard blue EU registration strip on number plates.
Verb is . Third-person singular simple present indicative form of be . . He is a doctor. He retired some time ago. Should he do the task, it is vital that you follow him. .
Preposition by . Near or next to. . The mailbox is by the bus stop. . At some time before (the given time), or before the end of a given time interval. . Be back by ten o'clock! We will send it by the first week of July. . ( Indicates the actor in a clause with its verb in the pa…ssive voice ) Through the action or presence of. . The matter was decided by the chairman. The boat was swamped by the water. He was protected by his body armour. . (Indicates the creator of a work) Existing through the authorship etc of. . There are many well-known plays by William Shakespeare . (Indicates the cause of a condition or event) Through the action of, caused by, responsibility for; by dint of. . 1874 Thomas Hardy, Far From the Madding Crowd , 2005 Barnes & Noble Classics publication of 1912 Wessex edition, p109: . In other directions the fields and sky were so much of one colour by the snow that it was difficult in a hasty glance to tell whereabouts the horizon occurred [...] . (Indicates a means) Involving/using the means of. . I avoided the guards by moving only when they weren't looking. . (Indicates a rule followed) Using the rules or logic of. . I sorted the items by category. . (Indicates the amount of some progression) With a change of. . Our stock is up by ten percent. . (In the formulae X by X and by Xs , indicates a steady progression, one X after another.) . We went through the book page by page. We crawled forward by inches. . (Indicates an oath) With the authority of. . By Jove! I think she's got it! By all that is holy, I'll put an end to this. . Used to separate dimensions when describing the size of something. . It is easy to invert a 2 by 2 matrix. The room was about 4 foot by 6 foot. We used 10 by 20 by 30 cm bricks to build the wall." . (MORE)
Particle to . A particle used for marking the following verb as an infinitive. . I want to leave. He asked me what to do. I don't know how to say it. I have places to go and people to see. To err is human. (Alexander Pope 1711) To be, or not to be: that is the qu…estion: (Hamlet c.1600) . â[quotations â¼] . ( colloquial ) As above, with the verb implied. . "Did you visit the museum?" "I wanted to , but it was closed." If he hasn't read it yet, he ought to . . (MORE)
The word "what" is an interrogative pronoun, asking which thing, event, or circumstance. It is used in asking for an identity, quantity, quality, or meaning.
Noun what-if ( plural what-ifs ) . ( informal ) A speculation as to what might have happened if something else had happened earlier. Verb to what-if ( third-person singular simple present what-ifs , present participle what-iffing , simple past and past participle what-iffed… ) . ( informal ) To speculate about the consequences of something that could have happened. (MORE)
Benelux is just a term referring to the economic union of the neighboring countries of Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxemborg in Northern Central Europe.
No doubt, decidely, certainly, unquestionably, and will surely (happen, occur). Please See Related Questions and Source and Related Links below.
The Benelux countries are made up of Belgium, the Netherlands andLuxembourg. These countries are among the most densely populated inEurope.
The Benelux Countries have many cultures and museums that differdepending on the area and culture of the people that live in thatarea,so there isn't a defintite answer to that question unlesstheir is a specific area you are wondering about.
The term is applied correctly only to Netherlands; but generally Belgium and Luxembourg are considered in the same group.
Benelux is a treaty between Belgium, Luxembourg, and theNetherlands. Belgium and the Netherlands are constitutionalmonarchies and Luxemburg is a Grand Duchy. The countries worktogether on intellectual property laws.
Of the three countries which make up the Benelux, Be lgium, the Ne therlands and Lux embourg, only Luxembourg is landlocked (by Belgium, France and Germany).
The Common market, as it was originally. It became the European Economic Community & then the European Union. It is not liked by nationalist politicians.
History, mainly. They were one country from 1815 until 1830, when Belgium split off, and in 1890 Luxembourg split off from the Netherlands. Before that the three countries had histories that intertwined a lot with eachother, but there have always been many differences between the north and the south…. In the last 2 centuries the three countries felt united in the fact that they were little countries in comparison to neighbouring France, Germany and the UK. Much similar cultural things aswell, like food and festivities, but still many differences between the three. (MORE)
The three countries formed a customs union in 1948, and in 1958 they signed the Treaty of the Benelux
Because they are geographically very low. They don't have any large mountains like some of the other countries around them do.
Belgium, The Netherlands and Luxembourg were 3 of the 6 founder members of the European Economic Community, which is now known as the European Union.
Not really. Although the Benelux Union was formed in 1944, it was not until 1955 that supranationalism was present, when a Benelux Parliament was formed. The European Coal and Steel Community was formed in 1952. When the ECSC was formed, it had several aims, one of which was to become the first supr…anational organization in the world, which it did, as the Benelux Union was not yet supranational. (MORE)
Belgium, The Netherlands and Luxembourg. The word Benelux comes from letters at the start of their names.
the benelux trade union were the small countries of belgium, the Netherlands , and Luxembourg joined together to form it. :D love u peoples
Yes and they are still joined together. In fact you can walk, cycle or drive a car from each to the other.
In 1957 Belgium, Netherlands and Luxembourg were 3 of the 6 founding members of the European Economic Community, which is now known as the European Union. The other 3 founder members were Germany, France and Italy.
Both groups are industrialized, prosperous countries and European parliamentary democracies. Landscape-wise, they are mostly totally different.
Benelux is an economic block of three countries: Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands. As such, the languages of Benelux are the official languages of these countries, and the official minority languages of their regions. These would be:. Dutch (Belgium and the Netherlands). Frisian (the Nether…lands). French (Belgium and Luxembourg). German (Belgium and Luxembourg). Luxembourgish (Luxembourg). Other minority languages would be Walloon, Picard, Champenois, Lorrain, Low Dietsch, Yiddish and some other dialectical varieties of the aforementioned languages. . (MORE)
Holland: Dutch. They also talk Frisian in the province Friesland. In the west they sometimes talk a dialect of Low Saxon. Belgium: Dutch, French and a bit German. Also dialects like Flemish, Walloon and Limburgish. Luxembourg: Luxembourgish, French and German. They all talk English very well.
The Benelux was formed as an economical union between Belguim, Netherlands and Luxembourg. Since these countries are also the co-founders of the European Community it has not so much economical significance anymore. These days it is more seen as a cultural community.
The short word "a" in English is an article like "el" in Spanish, "al" in Arabic, "der" in German or "le" in French. Articles do not really have a definition; it is easier to try to describe their function. They are words which come before nouns in sentences and show that a noun is following close b…ehind. The noun may not be immediately behind, as adjectives in English are placed before the noun but after the article (e.g. "a stupid reason" or "a brilliant move") "A", which is called an indefinite article , also marks the object being spoken of as being an unspecified member of a group, as opposed to "the", which marks the object as being a specific object or group of objects which is identified. "A" also marks the following noun as singular; it cannot be used with a group of objects. Finally, "a" is only used before words which start with a consonant sound; where the following word starts with a vowel sound, the word "an" is used. Example: She went to the store and bought a green dress. The use of "a" in "a green dress" tells us: 1. There is a noun following close behind, which is "dress". The noun is modified with an adjective, "green", which comes between article and noun. 2. It's not a specific dress we are talking about, just one of the many green dresses available. If we specified, we would have to use "the" ("She went into the store and bought the green dress her sister loved."). Note that the place she bought it is specific, it is "the store". If it had been any old store, the sentence would read, "She went to a store and bought a green dress." 3. We know that there was only one dress purchased; if she had bought a bunch of them, there would be no article at all: "She went to the store and bought green dresses for her bridesmaids." 4. The following word, "green" starts with a consonant sound. If the dress had been orange, the word "an" would be used: "She went to the store and bought an orange dress." (MORE)
Grammar: The word definiteness is a feature of noun phrases, distinguishing between entities which are specific and identifiable in a given context (definite noun phrases) and entities which are not (indefinite noun phrases). See Source and Related Links below.
The Benelux countries are all members of the European Union and use the Euro as their currency.
yes I did some more research and i looked in my socialstudies text book and it did say the the population is decreasing. but also these websites and books that ive been looking in are not recently published or upgraded
No. Benelux refers to Belgium, The Netherlands and Luxembourg,which are 3 different countries. Luxembourg is just one of thosecountries.
Yes. They were actually amongst the original founders of what was then the European Economic Community in 1957. Some of the main offices are in Belgium and Luxembourg.
Currently, these Benelux countries permit same-sex couples to marry (in chronological order): . Netherlands (April 21, 2001); . Belgium (June 1, 2003); and, . Luxembourg (December 2014).
I don't know. I looked it up for the same reason as you. Ugh. .
Benelux stands for a group of countries including Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg.Ã The physical features of the countries consists of mainly flatlands and lowlands some below sealevel.
not |nÃ¤t|adverb1 (also n't joined to a preceding verb) used with an auxiliary verb or "be" to form the negative : he would not say | she isn't there | didn't you tell me? â¢ used in some constructions with other verbs : [with infinitive ] he has been warned not to touch | th…e pain of not knowing | she not only wrote the text but also researched the photographs. 2 used as a short substitute for a negative clause : maybe I'll regret it, but I hope not | "Don't you keep in touch?" "I'm afraid not." | they wouldn't know if I was telling the truth or not . 3 used to express the negative of other words : not a single attempt was made | treating the symptoms and not the cause | "How was it?" "Not so bad." â¢ used with a quantifier to exclude a person or part of a group : not all the poems are serious. â¢ less than (used to indicate a surprisingly small quantity) : the brakes went on not ten feet from him. 4 used in understatements to suggest that the opposite of a following word or phrase is true : the not too distant future | not a million miles away. â¢ informal humorous following and emphatically negating a statement : that sounds like quality entertainment-not. [ORIGIN: a usage popularized by the film Wayne's World .] (MORE)
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definite is when you ask like a definite volume or shape hopes this answers your question :D
There are many places one might go to learn more about traveling to Benelux. In addition to the official Benelux website, one might also try the Travelocity website.
Benelux is a collective name for three different countries,Belgium, Netherlands and Luxembourg. They each have their owncapital cities, so there is no capital of Benelux.