Khabarovsk



[kuh-bahr-uh fsk; Russian khuh-bah-ruh fsk] /kəˈbɑr əfsk; Russian xʌˈbɑ rəfsk/

noun
1.
Formerly Far Eastern Region. a territory of the Russian Federation in NE Asia. 965,400 sq. mi. (2,500,400 sq. km).
2.
a port in and the capital of this territory, in the SE part, on the Amur River.
/Russian xaˈbarəfsk/
noun
1.
a port in E Russia, on the Amur River: it was the administrative centre of the whole Soviet Far Eastern territory until 1938; a major industrial centre. Pop: 579 000 (2005 est)

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