Dubai


Also found in: Dictionary, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Words related to Dubai

port city in the United Arab Emirates on the Persian Gulf

References in periodicals archive ?
The Dubai Trolley will connect different attractions in Downtown Dubai.
As per the statistics of 2010, 2011 and 2012, the high figures of re-export prove the usual title of Dubai to be a reexport center in the region.
Other winners in the under-37 category were Dubai Customs, Dubai Airports Corporation, Dubai Health Authority, Public Prosecution, General Directorate for Foreigners Affairs, Dubai Civil Defence, DEWA, Dubai Free Zone and the Crown Prince's Office.
DIC, which is owned by the ruler of Dubai, did not disclose a value for the deal.
Regional brokers gained market share of traded value on Nasdaq Dubai from international brokers in 2010.
His Highness Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai, honoured three winners of Dubai Human Development Award and the top five winners of Dubai Quality Appreciation Programme.
A spokesman for Dubai Holding company was not available for comment.
The deal for Nasdaq Dubai, an international market that serves as a bridge between the West and Asia, has been approved by Bourse Dubai, which owns 66.
Sama Dubai is the property arm of Dubai Holding and is being merged with local firms Dubai Properties, leisure developer Tatweer, and Emaar Properties.
But for those nonprofessional tourists, Dubai also offers virtually year-round opportunities to play sport, be it tennis, dune bashing and camel riding, while the benign climate allows for a whole plethora of water activities.
Why is there no concern about these other Dubai contracts?
The Dubai Ministry of Planning predicts that at the current rate of growth, Dubai's population will almost double to more than 2 million people by 2010, and up to 4 million by 2017.
Dubai is inspiring more global-minded execs like Gallo, who has worked in China and traveled worldwide, to sample Arabia in this safe cosmopolitan oasis of more than 1.
It's a hex trainers have been trying to solve ever since the United Arab Emirates' thoroughbred-mad sheiks founded the $6 million Dubai World Cup in 1996 to tempt the best American and European horses to compete at their track each March.
World's Fastest Growing Luxury Hotel Brand's Second Property in Dubai, and Third in the Middle East, to be Developed and Owned by Al Sharq Investment