[kuh-rah-chee] /kəˈrɑ tʃi/
a seaport in S Pakistan, near the Indus delta: former national capital; now capital of Sind province.
a former province of Pakistan, in the lower Indus valley; now part of West Pakistan. 48,136 sq. mi. (125,154 sq. km).
a port in S Pakistan, on the Arabian Sea: capital of Pakistan (1947–60); university (1950); chief port: commercial and industrial centre. Pop: 11 819 000 (2005 est)
a province of SE Pakistan, mainly in the lower Indus valley: formerly a province of British India; became a province of Pakistan in 1947; divided in 1955 between Hyderabad and Khairpur; reunited as a province in 1970. Capital: Karachi. Pop: 34 240 000 (2003 est). Area: 140 914 sq km (54 407 sq miles)
Largest city in Pakistan, in the southeastern part of the country, on the Arabian Sea near the Indus River delta; Pakistan’s main seaport and industrial center.
Note: Karachi served as Pakistan’s capital from 1947 to 1959.
[Japanese kah-rah-foo-taw] /Japanese ˈkɑ rɑˈfu tɔ/ noun 1. Japanese name of . /ˌkɑːrɑːˈfuːtɔ/ noun 1. transliteration of the Japanese name for Sakhalin
[kar-uh-guh n-dah; Russian kuh-ruh-guhn-dah] /ˌkær ə gənˈdɑ; Russian kə rə gʌnˈdɑ/ noun 1. a city in central Kazakhstan. /Russian kərəɡanˈda/ noun 1. a city in E central Kazakhstan, founded in 1857: a major coal-mining and industrial centre. Pop: 412 000 (2005 est) Also called Qaraghandy
[kar-uh-ahyt] /ˈkær əˌaɪt/ noun, Judaism. 1. a member of a sect, founded in Persia in the 8th century a.d. by the religious leader Anan ben David, that rejected the Talmud and the teachings of the rabbis in favor of strict adherence to the Bible as the only source of Jewish law and practice. /ˈkɛərəˌaɪt/ noun […]
[kah-rahj] /kɑˈrɑdʒ/ noun 1. a city in N Iran, near Tehran.