a peninsula in the NE Russian Federation, across the Bering Strait from Alaska.
a peninsula in the extreme NE of Russia, in NE Siberia: mainly tundra Also called Chukot Peninsula (ˈtʃʊkɒts)
noun 1. a part of the Arctic Ocean, N of the Bering Strait. noun 1. part of the Arctic Ocean, north of the Bering Strait between Asia and North America Russian name Chukotskoye More (tʃuˈkɔtskəji ˈmɔrji) Also called Chukot Sea (ˈtʃʊkɒts)
[Chinese joo gyahng] /Chinese ˈdʒu ˈgyɑŋ/ noun, Older Spelling. 1. . /ˈtʃuː ˈkjæŋ; kaɪˈæŋ/ noun 1. a variant transliteration of the Chinese name for the Zhu Jiang
[chuhk-uh] /ˈtʃʌk ə/ noun 1. an ankle-high shoe, laced through two pairs of eyelets, often made of suede. /ˈtʃʌkə/ noun 1. (polo) a period of continuous play, generally lasting 71/2 minutes noun 1. an ankle-high boot made of suede or rubber and worn for playing polo
[chuhk-uh] /ˈtʃʌk ə/ noun 1. an ankle-high shoe, laced through two pairs of eyelets, often made of suede. noun 1. an ankle-high boot made of suede or rubber and worn for playing polo
[chuhk-er] /ˈtʃʌk ər/ noun, Polo. 1. one of the periods of play. n. also chucker, “period in a polo game,” 1898, from Hindi chakkar, from Sanskrit cakra “circle, wheel” (see chakra). noun A division of a sports contest; canto, stanza [Sports; fr a division of a polo game, fr Hindi cakkar, ”circular running course”]