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Kronstadt

[ kruhn-shtaht for 1; krohn-shtaht for 2 ]
/ krʌnˈʃtɑt for 1; ˈkroʊn ʃtɑt for 2 /
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noun

a naval base in the NW Russian Federation in Europe, on an island in the Gulf of Finland: fortress founded 1710.
German name of Braşov.

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Kronstadt

noun

(Russian kranˈʃtat) a port in NW Russia, on Kotlin island in the Gulf of Finland: naval base. Pop: 42 800 (2006 est)
(ˈkroːnʃtat) the German name for Braşov
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