[noh-vuh-mos-kawfsk, -kofsk; Russian nuh-vuh-muh-skawfsk] /ˌnoʊ və mɒsˈkɔfsk, -ˈkɒfsk; Russian nə və mʌˈskɔfsk/

a city in the W Russian Federation in Europe, S of Moscow.


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