Karlovy Vary

[ kahr-luh-vee -vahr-ee; Czech kahr-law-vi -vah-ri ]
/ ˈkɑr lə vi ˈvɑr i; Czech ˈkɑr lɔ vɪ ˈvɑ rɪ /

noun

a city in western Czech Republic: mineral springs; Carlsbad Decrees (1819).

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German Karls·bad [kahrls-baht; English kahrlz-bad] /ˈkɑrlsˌbɑt; English ˈkɑrlz bæd/ . Formerly Carlsbad.

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Karlovy Vary
/ (Czech ˈkarlɔvi ˈvari) /

noun

a city in the W Czech Republic, at the confluence of the Tepla and Ohře Rivers: warm mineral springs. Pop: 50 691 (2007 est)German name: Karlsbad, Carlsbad (ˈkarlsbaːt)
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