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Dnepropetrovsk

[ nep-roh-pi-trawfsk; Russian dnyi-pruh-pyi-trawfsk ]
/ ˌnɛp roʊ pɪˈtrɔfsk; Russian dnyɪ prə pyɪˈtrɔfsk /
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noun
a city in east central Ukraine, in the southwestern part of the Russian Federation in Europe, on the Dnieper River.
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Formerly E·ka·te·ri·no·slav [ih-kat-uh-ree-nuh-slahf, -slahv; Russian yi-kuh-tyi-ryi-nuh-slahf], /ɪˌkæt əˈri nəˌslɑf, -ˌslɑv; Russian yɪ kə tyɪ ryɪ nʌˈslɑf/, Ye·ka·te·ri·no·slav [yuh-kaht-uh-ree-nuh-slahv, -slahf; Russian yi-kuh-tyi-ryi-nuh-slahf] /yəˌkɑt əˈri nəˌslɑv, -ˌslɑf; Russian yɪ kə tyɪ ryɪ nʌˈslɑf/ .

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Dnepropetrovsk
/ (Russian dnɪprəpɪˈtrɔfsk) /

noun
a city in E central Ukraine on the Dnieper River: a major centre of the metallurgical industry. Pop: 1 036 000 (2005 est)Former name (1787–1796, 1802–1926): Yekaterinoslav
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