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ambon

[ am-bon ]
/ ˈæm bɒn /
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noun, plural am·bo·nes [am-boh-neez]. /æmˈboʊ niz/.
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Ambon
[ ahm-bawn ]
/ ˈɑm bɔn /

noun
an island in the central Moluccas, in easterb Indonesia. 314 sq. mi. (813 sq. km).
a seaport on this island.
Also Am·boi·na [am-boi-nuh] /æmˈbɔɪ nə/ .
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British Dictionary definitions for ambon

Ambon
/ (ˈɑːmbɔːn) /

noun
Also: Amboina an island in Indonesia, in the Moluccas. Capital: Amboina. Area: 1000 sq km (386 sq miles)
Also: Amboina (æmˈbɔɪnə) a port in the Moluccas, the capital of Ambon (Amboina) island
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