or Is·kar, Is·ker
[ is-ker ]
/ ˈɪs kər /
a river in W Bulgaria, flowing N and NE to the Danube River. 250 miles (402 km) long.
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Example sentences from the Web for iskur
The Iskur rises in the Rila and flows northward through a narrow basin.
The Iskur and the other of the Danube's north-flowing tributaries have cut deep valleys through the Danubian plateau.