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Dnieper

[nee-per; Russian dnyepr] /ˈni pər; Russian dnyɛpr/
noun
1.
a river rising in the W Russian Federation flowing S through Byelorussia (Belarus) and Ukraine to the Black Sea. 1400 miles (2250 km) long.
Russian Dnepr.
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Dnieper

/ˈdniːpə/
noun
1.
a river in NE Europe, rising in Russia, in the Valdai Hills NE of Smolensk and flowing south to the Black Sea: the third longest river in Europe; a major navigable waterway. Length: 2200 km (1370 miles) Russian name Dnepr (ˈdnjɛpə)
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