[ proot ]
/ prut /
a river in E Europe, flowing SE from the Carpathian Mountains in Ukraine along the boundary between Moldova and Romania into the Danube. 500 miles (800 km) long.
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German Pruth [proot]. /prut/.
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How to use Prut in a sentence
He tied three threads round his stomach— Di-ikat-nia tiga urat benang di prut-nia.
Other vowel phenomena should also be noted, for example those exemplified in prut, Ital.
The fight, short anyhow, dwindled to prut … prut … prut-prut … prut.
The Prut, flowing along much of the eastern border with the Soviet Union, accounts for most of the remaining navigable mileage.
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British Dictionary definitions for Prut
a river in E Europe, rising in SW Ukraine and flowing generally southeast, forming part of the border between Romania and Moldova, to join the River Danube. Length: 853 km (530 miles)
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