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[yœ-tuh-bawr-yuh] /ˌyœ təˈbɔr yə/

noun
1.
a seaport in SW Sweden, on the Kattegat.
/Swedish jœtəˈbɔrj/
noun
1.
a port in SW Sweden, at the mouth of the Göta River: the largest port and second largest city in the country; developed through the Swedish East India Company and grew through Napoleon’s continental blockade and with the opening of the Göta Canal (1832); university (1891). Pop: 481 523 (2004 est)

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