a river arising in NE Iran, flowing W, then along the Iran-Turkmenistan border, and through Turkmenistan into the Caspian Sea. About 300 miles (485 km) long.
- Also A·trak [uh-trak, ah-trak]. /əˈtræk, ɑˈtræk/.
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How to use Atrek in a sentence
On the morrow the invaders fell back on the River Atrek and thence made their way back to the Caspian in sore straits.The Development of the European Nations, 1870-1914 (5th ed.) | John Holland Rose
Once for himself, and once for the brother he killed many, many years ago on the shores of the River Atrek.Dust of New York | Konrad Bercovici