Metz definition by Webster's New World
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city in NE France, on the Moselle River: pop. 120,000
Metz definition by American Heritage Dictionary
A city of northeast France on the Moselle River north of Nancy. Settled before Roman times, it prospered as a free imperial city after the 12th century and was annexed by France in 1552. The city was ruled by Germany from 1871 to 1918. Population: 124,000.