[dur-bahr] /ˈdɜr bɑr/

noun, (in India)
the court of a native ruler.
a public audience or levee held by a native prince or by a British governor or viceroy; an official reception.
the hall or place of audience.
the audience itself.
/ˈdɜːbɑː; ˌdɜːˈbɑː/


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