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Leningrad

[len-in-grad; Russian lyi-nyin-graht] /ˈlɛn ɪnˌgræd; Russian lyɪ nyɪnˈgrɑt/
noun
1.
a former name (1924–91) of St. Petersburg (def 1)
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  • He had managed to get here from Asia by stealing a flyer in Leningrad.

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  • The Leningrad subway, as much a museum as a system of transportation.

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  • Paul said, "In the movement they call you Georgi, and you're top man in the Leningrad area."

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  • Actually, I have practically no memories of Leningrad, very few of my family.

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  • The tour lasts eighteen days including the time it takes to get to Leningrad.

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Leningrad

/ˈlɛnɪnˌɡræd; Russian lɪninˈɡrat/
noun
1.
the former name (1937–91) of Saint Petersburg
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Leningrad in Culture
Leningrad [(len-in-grad, len-in-grahd)]

Name of Saint Petersburg, Russia, from 1924 to 1991. (See Saint Petersburg.)

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