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Dartmouth

[ dahrt-muhth ]
/ ˈdɑrt məθ /
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noun

a coastal city in S Nova Scotia, in SE Canada, on Halifax harbor, across from Halifax.
a city in SE Massachusetts.

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Dartmouth
/ (ˈdɑːtməθ) /

noun

a port in SW England, in S Devon: Royal Naval College (1905). Pop: 5512 (2001)
a city in SE Canada, in S Nova Scotia, on Halifax Harbour: oil refineries and shipyards. Pop: 65 741 (2001)
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