[French pwan-ta-pee-truh] /French pwɛ̃ taˈpi trə/

a seaport on central Guadeloupe, in the E West Indies.
/French pwɛ̃tapitrə/
the chief port of Guadeloupe, on SW Grande-Terre Island in the Caribbean. Pop: 20 948 (1999)


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