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/ mɔ̃ lüˈsɔ̃ /
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a city in central France.
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How to use Montluçon in a sentence
During the night the towns of Jarnages and Montlucon were passed.The Delta of the Triple Elevens|William Elmer Bachman
British Dictionary definitions for Montluçon
/ (French mɔ̃lysɔ̃) /
an industrial city in central France, on the Cher River. Pop: 41 362 (1999)
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