a seaport in E Guangdong province, in SE China.
a port in SE China, in E Guangdong near the mouth of the Han River: became a treaty port in 1869. Pop: 1 356 000 (2005 est) Also called Swatow
noun 1. Shandong. 2. (often lowercase) Textiles. a heavy pongee. Compare tussah. a fabric imitating this, of rayon or cotton. noun 1. a heavy silk fabric with a knobbly surface 2. a cotton or rayon imitation of this noun 1. a variant transliteration of the Chinese name for Shandong
noun, plural shanties. 1. a crudely built hut, cabin, or house. adjective 2. of, relating to, or constituting a shanty or shanties: a shanty quarter outside the town walls. 3. of a low economic or social class, especially when living in a shanty: shanty people. verb (used without object), shantied, shantying. 4. to inhabit a […]
noun 1. a section, as of a city or town, characterized by shanties and crudely built houses. 2. a whole town or city that is chiefly made up of shantylike houses. noun 1. a town or section of a town or city inhabited by very poor people living in shanties, esp in a developing country […]
noun, Pinyin. 1. a province in N China. 60,656 sq. mi. (157,099 sq. km). Capital: Taiyuan. noun 1. a province of N China: China’s richest coal reserves and much heavy industry. Capital: Taiyuan. Pop: 33 140 000 (2003 est). Area: 157 099 sq km (60 656 sq miles)