a city in and the capital of Inner Mongolia, in N China.
an administrative division in NE China, adjoining the Mongolian People’s Republic. 174,000 sq. mi. (450,660 sq. km).
a city in N China, capital of Inner Mongolia (since 1954); previously capital of the former Suiyüan province; Inner Mongolia University (1957). Pop: 998 000 (2005 est)
an autonomous region of NE China: consists chiefly of the Mongolian plateau, with the Gobi Desert in the north and the Great Wall of China in the south. Capital: Hohhot. Pop: 23 800 000 (2003 est). Area: 1 177 500 sq km (459 225 sq miles)
[huh-hoh-kuh m] /həˈhoʊ kəm/ adjective 1. of, belonging to, or characteristic of an American Indian culture of the central and southern deserts of Arizona, about a.d. 450–1450, roughly contemporaneous with the Anasazi culture to the north. noun 2. the Hohokam culture.
[hoh-huhm, -huhm] /ˈhoʊˈhʌm, -ˌhʌm/ interjection 1. (an exclamation expressing boredom, weariness, or contempt.) adjective 2. dull, boring, or routine; so-so: a ho-hum performance. /ˈhəʊˌhʌm/ adjective 1. (informal) lacking interest or inspiration; dull; mediocre: a ho-hum album expression of boredom, by 1906. As an adjective, by 1956. adjective Unexciting; mediocre; dull: ho-hum sex and the dregs […]
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/hɔɪk/ verb 1. (informal) to rise or raise abruptly and sharply: She hoicked her dress above her knees 2. (NZ, informal) to clear the throat and spit