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Fort-de-France

[ fawr-duh-frahns ]
/ fɔr dəˈfrɑ̃s /
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noun
a seaport on and the capital of Martinique, in the French West Indies.
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Fort-de-France
/ (French fɔrdəfrɑ̃s) /

noun
the capital of Martinique, a port on the W coast: commercial centre of the French Antilles. Pop: 94 049 (1999 est)
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