Tanimbar-islands



[tuh-nim-bahr, tan-uh m-bahr] /təˈnɪm bɑr, ˈtæn əmˌbɑr/
noun, (used with a plural verb)
1.
a group of over 600 islands in E Indonesia, in the Banda Sea. About 2100 sq. mi. (5440 sq. km).

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