[vlad-uh-vos-tok, -vuh-stok; Russian vluh-dyi-vuh-stawk]
- a seaport in the SE Russian Federation in Asia, on the Sea of Japan: eastern terminus of the Trans-Siberian Railroad.
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Yet while he praised the USSR publicly, he was making plans in secret to escape to America by way of Vladivostok.Brecht's Mercenary Mother Courage Turns 75
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Rallies and detentions occurred all across the country, from Moscow to Vladivostok.Russia Rises Up
July 19, 2013
His ship was well known in all the ports from Vladivostok to Singapore.Falk
Moreover, it was a British transport, dropping down from Vladivostok.The Pagan Madonna
Had they secured reindeer and made their way to Vladivostok?
Thirty-five per cent of this would do wonders in Vladivostok.
He did not like the looks of things; he longed to be safely back in Vladivostok with Mazie.
- a port in SE Russia, on the Sea of Japan: terminus of the Trans-Siberian Railway; the main Russian Pacific naval base since 1872 and chief commercial and civilian Russian port in the Far East; university (1956). Pop: 584 000 (2005 est)
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