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a cape in S Africa, in the SW Republic of South Africa.
Also called Cape Province. Formerly Cape Colony. a province in the Republic of South Africa. 277,169 sq. mi. (717,868 sq. km).
Capital: Cape Town.
a cape in SW South Africa south of Cape Town


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