a seaport in E Zhejiang province, in E China.
a port in E China, in NE Zhejiang, on the Yung River, about 20 km (12 miles) from its mouth at Hangzhou Bay: one of the first sites of European settlement in China. Pop: 1 188 000 (2005 est)
[ning-shyuhn] /ˈnɪŋˈʃyʌn/ noun, Older Spelling. 1. .
[ning-shyah] /ˈnɪŋˈʃyɑ/ noun, Pinyin. 1. a former province in NW China, now part of Inner Mongolia. /ˈnɪŋˈʃjɑː/ noun 1. a former province of NW China: mostly included in Inner Mongolia in 1956, with the smaller part constituted as the Ningxia Hui AR in 1958 2. the former name of Yinchuan
[ning-shyah] /ˈnɪŋˈʃyɑ/ noun, Pinyin. 1. a former province in NW China, now part of Inner Mongolia.
[hwee] /ʰwi/ noun, Pinyin. 1. an administrative division in N China. 25,640 sq. mi. (66,400 sq. km). Capital: Yinchuan.