Kerch [ kerch; Russian kye rch ] SHOW IPA / kɛrtʃ; Russian kyɛrtʃ / PHONETIC RESPELLING noun a seaport in eastern Crimea, in southeastern Ukraine, on Kerch Strait.
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How to use Kerch in a sentence
Around 10 minutes into the first episode, viewers are transported to Ketterdam, a bustling port city on the island nation of
Kerch that’s known for its dark underbelly of crime and corruption.
About $10 billion was earmarked to build a bridge across the
Kerch Strait, with its unpredictable currents during spring floods.
The Keltic names are quite different:1887 Irish coirce, cuirce, corca, Armorican
That of Alexander Nevsky was formerly the
Kerch museum of antiquities, founded in 1825. British Dictionary definitions for Kerch noun a port in S Ukraine on the Kerch Peninsula and the Strait of Kerch (linking the Black Sea with the Sea of Azov): founded as a Greek colony in the 6th century bc; ceded to Russia in 1774; iron-mining, steel production, and fishing. Pop: 153 000 (2005 est)
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