Poltoratsk



[pol-tuh-rahtsk; Russian puh l-tuh-rahtsk] /ˌpɒl təˈrɑtsk; Russian pəl tʌˈrɑtsk/

noun
1.
former name of .
[ahsh-guh-bahd, ash-guh-bad] /ˈɑʃ gəˌbɑd, ˈæʃ gəˌbæd/
noun
1.
a city in and the capital of Turkmenistan, in the S central part, near the Iranian border.

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